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cutting hardox with fiber laser

cutting hardox with fiber laser

cutting hardox with fiber laser


i would like to know if anyone has experience cutting hardox with fiber laser does it work and how it is with quality of the cut ? cutting gas is oxygen ? and i would also need data about cutting speed when cutting different thicknesses of mild steel with fiber laser and if laser power is 4 kw, 5kw and 6 kw maybe someone has this data or is using such machines and there are also data collections that would really help me...

RE: cutting hardox with fiber laser


I've tryed to cut HARDOX with fiber laser. 10mm, I will reply again with the data.
The quality was good and the cutting gas is oxygen.
I'm working with a 3kw laser, so in the rest I can't help you much.

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RE: cutting hardox with fiber laser


Thank you very much for your help... can you tell me maybe to what thickness are you cutting mild steel with your laser and maybe the laser machine producer ?

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