METAL CUTTING WITH SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE
FIBER LASER METAL CUTTER
The FiberCELL is a compact sheet metal fabricating fiber laser system, capable of cutting a variety of metals such as stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, brass and copper. A Class 2 safety enclosure allows the system to be placed in high traffic areas such as busy factory floors and university classrooms. Special polycarbonate windows are installed to ensure harmful laser wavelengths are filtered and cannot leave the enclosure.
The FiberCELL uses Kern’s next generation HyperDual motion system, allowing users to take full advantage of the system’s powerful laser source.
Laser Classification: Class 2 Ytterbium Fiber Laser
Laser Wattage: 0.5kW – 3kW
*Positioning Accuracy: +/- 0.002″/ft
Repeatability: +/- 0.0005″/ft
Work Area*: 52″ x 50″
Footprint (W x L x H): 74″ x 85″ x 75″
**Part Clearance: 2.125″
Electrical: 230v/1ph, 230v/3ph, 415v/3ph CE
*Mapped Table under controlled conditions
**Custom gantry heights by request.
FiberCELL Metal Cutting Machine
The FiberCELL is a compact sheet metal fabricating fiber laser system, capable of cutting a variety of metals such as stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, brass and copper.
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The K-Vision Camera package is a fully integrated hardware and software solution allowing fast and accurate cutting of printed materials.
This process starts with a nozzle mounted camera which automatically measures the dimensions between registration marks on printed materials. The system then uses these measurements and the registration marks of the original cutting file to compensate for distortion and rotation. The slight adjustments that k-vision makes to the cutting file results in a perfectly matched cutout in the material being processed. The entire camera system can be easily removed and stored in a protective box when not in use.
To learn more about the K-Vision Camera package please watch this video and visit our K-Vision Camera page.
ABOUT KCAM LASER SOFTWARE
KCAM® is a laser cutting and engraving software package developed by Kern’s in-house software development team. Through years of research and customer feedback, KCAM has developed into an industry-leading laser control software.
KCAM can be linked with popular design softwares such as CorelDRAW®, AutoCAD® and Adobe Illustrator®, allowing for hundreds of file types to be processed.A convenient user interface provides operators with complete control of the laser systems cutting and engraving parameters. Kern’s customers have access to the latest KCAM software upgrades from our website.
Whether you’re cutting thick acrylic or a thin delicate textile, be ensured that KCAM will provide you with the laser control required for quick and accurate results.
Case Study - Laser Etch Technologies, Buffalo, MN
Owner Tim Pawelk of “Laser Etch Technologies” roots run deep with Kern Laser Systems. A customer since 1999, Laser Etch currently uses four Kern lasers that have been instrumental in achieving worldwide attention. Such projects included teaming up with renowned Tibetan artist Rinchen Dorgee. Dorgee was instrumental in the creation of the throne the Dalai Lama used during his visit to Minneapolis/St. Paul in May of 2001. The throne was also recently used for His Holiness when he visited Minneapolis this year to celebrate the Tibetan New Year.
Around Minnesota, Tim has also done amazing work. Most notably, his wood etching and engraving can be seen in the Legends Club area located at Target Field, the home of the Minnesota Twins.
Baseball fans would recognize Pawelk’s grand slam work located at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins. This creative wonder that includes both etching and engraving can be seen in the Legends Club and press box areas of the stadium.
Pawelk allows that the Kern Laser Systems has provided him with the needed tools to think outside the box and grow his business through the wide range of capabilities found in a Kern laser.
He has been able to do a variety of projects with his Kern Lasers that he’s sure he wouldn’t be able to do with the use of some of the competitors’ laser systems. Some of his projects have drawn attention not only in the United States, but also worldwide. In 2001, Tim Pawlek and Laser Etch teamed up with renowned Tibetan artist Rinchen Dorgee. Rinchen was the main artist involved with the creating of the Dalai Lama’s throne his visit to the Twin Cities in May of 2001. The throne was recently used for his holiness when he visited Minneapolis this year to celebrate the Tibetan New Year. (Insert pictures of the throne)
To hear more about Laser Etch’s projects, as well as their experience with Kern Laser Systems, click on our video link for Laser Etch’s exclusive customer testimonial.