9/3/2017

LaserSwiss CNC Machine Combines Cutting and Welding

Originally titled 'CNC Machine Combines Cutting and Welding'
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Tsugami Automation’s 20 mm, seven-axis SS207-5AX LaserSwiss CNC machine integrates two SPI laser systems, one for cutting operations and a second one for welding.

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Tsugami Automation’s SS207-5AX LaserSwiss is an integrated welding system. The 20 mm, seven-axis CNC machine integrates two SPI laser systems, one for cutting operations and a second one for welding.

Tsugami Automation was formerly Innovative Machinery Group, and its products are distributed through its sister company Tsugami/REM Sales LLC. According to the company, Tsugami Automation has a uniquely wide range of experience and skillsets in custom tooling, integrated laser cutting and laser welding and the development of mechanical and robotic loading, marking, cleaning, measuring, and unloading systems for Tsugami machine tools.

The LaserSwiss is the first machine of its kind, the company says. It’s expected to provide significant competitive advantages to manufacturers of small precision parts.

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