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Cutting PCB

Cutting PCB

Cutting PCB

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I need help in determining what type laser to use in order to cut pcb.  Also how do i determine pulse rate, energy need ,etc..  Any information on laser cutting pcb and determing laser setting to use based on a certain material would be helpful.

RE: Cutting PCB

www.beamdynamics.com

Beam Dynamics is the world's leading manufacturer of affordable laser cutting solutions for a wide range of industries.

If you call them most likely you will talk to Matthew the designer/owner.  He also developed the interface software.

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