What is the working principle of fiber laser cutting machine
The third generation of laser cutting equipment is what we often call fiber laser cutting machine, it is nowadays advanced laser cutting equipment. So what is the working principle of the fiber laser cutting machine? I believe everyone is more concerned about this issue. Let's take a look together below. The fiber laser cutting machine is to dope the pump material into the fiber through the fiber laser, and the laser of a specific wavelength emitted by the semiconductor laser is coupled. Make the fiber produce laser light. The advantage of the fiber laser cutting machine is that the pattern is good, which is good for cutting. The photoelectric conversion rate is as high as twice that of carbon dioxide. It also has advantages when cutting thin metal sheets, because the light emitted by the fiber laser has a wavelength of 1070 nanometers, so the absorption rate is higher. Fiber laser machines can be used in microelectronics, printing, automobiles, medical equipment, shipbuilding, aviation and many other industries. The processable materials range from micro-machining of heart stents and computer memory chips to deep penetration welding of thick pipe walls. Flexible use and operation is one of the most revolutionary features of fiber lasers. It can be easily integrated into 2-axis and multi-axis cutting machinery, robots and galvanometer systems. Its compact structure, the overall size is an order of magnitude smaller than the traditional CO2 or YAG laser system, so the movement is very flexible. The service life of the semiconductor pump source is estimated to exceed 100,000 hours, and there is no need to replace the semiconductor light source. Wuhan Gaoneng Laser Equipment Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise integrating Ru0026D, production and sales of professional laser complete sets of equipment. Not only successfully developed laser equipment with advanced technology, but also used self-support import and export rights to promote products to more than 40 global markets including Hong Kong, South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, the United States, Japan, Germany, the Netherlands, Jordan, etc. nation.