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2 KW Fiber .25 ms cut speeds and setup comparison

2 KW Fiber .25 ms cut speeds and setup comparison

2 KW Fiber .25 ms cut speeds and setup comparison

Hey guys Just would Like to compare cutting conditions on .25 ms we seem to struggle with it since we got a new fiber laser. It has a ipg laser source and a precitec head. Ok i currently cut at 2000w .0394 nozzle height 82 inch/min .45 bar o2 focal 4.3 ,1.5 d nozzle . right now its cutting good i just changed from a 1d nozzle tonight because its so picky on centering banghead .we do get a small amount of crust on the very bottom of the cut not slag really it just wipes right off but it is enuf to keep a hole from falling thru. our old machine was a old amada sheet drager not so picky like this one. Anyway just curious on how our speed is compared to the rest out there. everything else seems to cut great i even cut some half inch stainless the other day at 10 inches a min pimp but it cut lol. Thanks For looking.

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