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Major differences between Amada and Trumpf lasers?

Major differences between Amada and Trumpf lasers?

Major differences between Amada and Trumpf lasers?

Hello yall,
My company is relocating and getting rid of my Amada FO3015 laser, if I decided to move with the company I would be working with 3 Trumpf laser a newer Amada laser. I was wondering what the major differences are between the two makes??? I am really comfortable on my Amada, will the Trumpfs be easy to pick up?

Thank you very much, LaserSpyder

RE: Major differences between Amada and Trumpf lasers?

Hi. Can't talk of Trumpf as i only worked on the Amada. The new Amada laser has probably a new 3i controller which is more advanced than AMNC. Amada's CO2 oscillators are made by Fanuc while fibers are a collab between Amada and JDSU. Are your company's trumpf's all CO2 lasers? From the trumpf operators i spoke to they say working on the cut conditions are easier compared to Amada.

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