Since May 2017, our company has seen a steady rise in production and has expanded its machinery inventory with a third and a fourth tube laser: LT8 – LT712 – LT722 – LT5. Having added a new 3D tube laser, we have successfully increased our production capacity and are now able to meet more requests. The new LT8, which is equipped with a tilting cutting head, allows for 3D machining both on open profiles and on special sections (even concave). Our 4 machines allow us to meet any needs with tube diameters ranging from 10 to 220 mm and bars weighing up to 37 kg/m. Utmost quality is guaranteed by additional devices that allow us to correctly position welding and to fix any geometric imperfections in the profile. All the machines are equipped with an automatic bundle loader ranging from 3200 mm to 8500 mm. The 8500 mm-long bundle loader was designed to optimise bar nesting and make bar changeover operations extremely quick.
Thanks to its several functions, tube laser provides customers with a number of key benefits, such as saving on materials and reducing assembly operations, as it creates mechanical joints and reference points to smooth welding lines and minimise equipment assembly costs. We also offer a special service called “clean tube”, which consists in providing profiles without any scrap resulting from laser cutting. This is particularly important for the food, pneumatic transport, and automotive industries, just to name a few. Our technicians use an integrated CAD/CAM system, which is specifically designed to programme even the most complex laser cutting operations on tubes and open profiles of any shape (even concave). This system also allows us to minimise bar waste. Should the customer provide three-dimensional drawings, we can import the 3D models (IGES, STEP, XT) and directly create the machine programmes. The workpiece is graphically displayed in each phase of the process to give an idea of the final product.