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March 9, 2019

Tube lasers, obviously, are limited to cutting one stick of tube (or angle or channel) at a time. How does that stack up to saw cutting bundles of tube when comparing labor time? The answer may be surprising. Bundle cutting is very efficient, but it has draw backs. Here are a few the bundle cutting […]

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March 6, 2019

Much like flat sheet lasers, Tube Laser’s can cut Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminum. Some are surprised to learn that tube lasers with 5-Axis cutting capacity, are well suited to cut Angle, Rectangular Shapes, Channel, Beam and, of course, round and square shaped tube. AMF’s tube laser, a Mazak 3D 220 Fabri Gear, is also […]

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Tube lasers do battle with tradition fabrication methods very well! Sawing, deburring, coping, mitering, drilling are common fabrication processes, but one might question how tube lasers stack up against the likes of traditional machining centers. The answer—very well. Frankly, the main issue when comparing a tube laser to a machine center is tolerance. Dedicated tube […]

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March 4, 2019

The answer is, again, a resounding YES! Just like Tube and Angle, Channel can be sliced, diced, notched, mitered, slotted, hole-patterned and cut with obscure shapes. These type of cuts, because of the Tube Laser’s ability to rotate the channel, combined with a 5-Axis beam head, can happen in the web or on the legs […]

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