FLAST-Constant series Fiber Laser Cutting Systems produced by FiberLAST have been developed for quick, accurate, quick and accurate cutting. FLAST-Constant series fiber lasers with high beam quality and very high focal point with small beam diameter are ideal for precision and micro cutting with these features. TheFLAST-Constant series fiber lasers, laser modules are developed by FiberLAST in a completely unique way and provide a very suitable infrastructure for customized solutions with its modular structure and Turkish property. Services such as instant support for technical questions and problems, prospective updates, upgrading existing systems for emerging technology and power needs are possible with FiberLAST lasers.

Advantages

  • Original and domestic design fiber laser

  • Effective and clean cutting

  • Customer specific solutions

  • High efficiency

  • High beam quality

  • 7/24 operation

  • Fast and efficient technical support

  • No maintenance required

  • Over 100,000 hours working life

  • Power-up option

  • Burr-free and clean cutting

Applications

  • Stainless steel and aluminum cutting and machining

  • Cutting and machining of copper material

  • Cutting and processing of composite materials

  • Leather cutting

  • Ceramic cutting and machining

  • Titanium cutting and machining

  • Processing and cutting automotive parts

  • 2D and 3D sintering

  • Welding and engraving operations

  • Laser scraping

  • Painting and rust removal”

  • Additive Manufacturing

High Power OEM Fiber Lasers (CW)
Optical Properties
Laser Type Yb (Ytterbium) Fiber Laser Er (Erbium) Fiber Laser
Working mode CW
Center Wave Boyu 1080 nm 1050 nm
Average Power 50 W 100 W 200 W 400 W 500 W 1 KW 30 KW
Power Durability <% 2
polarization Random
Laser Output QBH / RQB / QCR QBH / RQB Collimator
Output Beam Diameter 7±1mm
Output Fiber Length 10 m 2 m
Guiding Light Integrated
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