The JustCut Laser Cutter is a compact fibre laser system, equipped with laser sources with a laser output of up to 3 kW, designed for processing metal sheets. This system can be used to cut a large number of metals, such as stainless steel (V2A, V4A), steel, aluminium, brass and copper.
The hyper-dual system of our JustCut metal laser cutter has a doubled servomotor/chain and sprocket structure, which means greatly-improved speed and acceleration.
Each JustCut metal laser cutter has a Laser Mech FiberMINI laser head and a covering lens, which protects the focussing lens and is simple to install. The entire beam guidance system is sealed and flushed with compressed air in order to keep out dust and other particles.
Thanks to class 2 safety housing, the placement of the system can even be guaranteed in areas with a high operating volume, such as heavily-frequented factory halls. Special polycarbonate windows ensure maximal laser safety.
The high-power fibre laser combines top performance and high operational reliability, and also impresses thanks to its modular design. The vertical integration of the laser pump diodes – produced in-house – and the fibre technology show that special emphasis is placed on quality. The laser sources are characterised by their excellent beam quality and the reflective shield, which has been tested over a long period.
Sparks can be generated during some work processes, such as laser cutting. To prevent them from entering the filter, spark traps are installed in the pipeline upstream of the filter unit. These spark traps eliminate the sparks and ensure that they cannot ignite.
We deliver every JustCut Laser Cutter including a high-performance computer with Windows OS operating system. The computer is easily connected to the laser cutter via Ethernet connection and controlled by KCAM software.
To optimise your cutting results, you can connect and use up to three process gases (argon, oxygen, nitrogen). By way of an example, this means you could quickly pierce stainless steel with oxygen, and automatically switch over to nitrogen for the cutting profile. This will result in a product with excellent edge quality and a burr-free cut.
There are two practical sliding doors on both ends of the JustCut metal laser cutter system. Sliding access windows have also been installed on both sides. The large number of access points ensures that the laser system can be operated easily from any side.
The advantages of the fiber laser cutting head Lasermech Mini with automatic focusing:
Nesting technology, or nesting, is an innovative software solution included with our laser cutter that ensures optimal placement of the parts to be cut on the material. This technology saves time, reduces material waste and increases the efficiency of the laser cutter.
Nesting technology allows materials to be optimally utilized by getting more parts out of each sheet of material. The software analyzes the shapes of the parts to be cut and automatically places them on the material as close together as possible. This minimizes waste between parts and results in greater cutting efficiency.
With modern laser cutting software, approach flags (Lead In / Lead Out), start point optimization, or even the cutting paths are optimized so that the laser always chooses the fastest and shortest path.
This graphical vector software is ideal for creating and editing job data. This function thus complements the KCAM laser software.
Thanks to the rotary engraving device, you can work on rounded and cylindrical parts, e.g. pipes with a diameter of up to 153 mm.
The optional k-vision package is a hardware and software solution that makes it possible to cut printed material accurately.
The JustCut metal laser cutter is what specialists use for steel, aluminium, sheet metal and copper.
Find a list of all the materials here:
The processes used for laser cutting – laser flame cutting, laser fusion cutting and sublimation cutting – are dependent on the material. For laser flame cutting, oxygen is used as a cutting gas and as an additional energy supplier. The high temperature in the cutting gap and the oxygen start an oxidation process (“combustion”), the high process heat released from which supports the cutting process. For laser fusion cutting, on the other hand, metals are melted under the heat of the laser beam and driven out of the cutting gap by the high pressure of the process gas. This often leads to lower cutting edge quality. Cutting processes can also be carried out with high-performance fibre lasers with nitrogen inflow (less commonly, 400W with CO2). This process, in which cutting edges retain their metallic sheen, is slower than flame cutting, although cutting edges usually turn dark in flame cutting. .
The cost of a laser varies due to the various wattages and the optional extras. We’ll happy to work out the price for the right laser for you. More information under:
The wattage to use depends on the properties of the respective material and the thickness of the metal plate. Aluminium up to 1.5mm thick, stainless steel up to about 3mm thick and construction steel up to just over 4mm thick can be cut with CO2 lasers with 400W laser output and oxygen inflow.