Bystronic introduces ByCut Smart 6225 with 12kW laser

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Bystronic's ByCut Smart 6225 is now available with a laser output of 12 kilowatts.

The result is a significantly faster cutting process – allowing more parts to be cut in less time. In addition, the optional BeamShaper function enables outstanding quality when cutting steel up to sheet thicknesses of 30 millimetres. The BeamShaper enhances the quality of cutting edges and boosts the cutting speed by as much as 20 per cent.

The 6225 large format enables the processing of large sheet metal parts quickly and with superior quality over a length of up to 6.2 meters and a width of 2.5 meters. This increases the efficiency of production processes, because large metal sheets allow the cut parts to be nested more effectively.

Significantly reduce raw material offcuts thanks to a high degree of material utilisation. Here, the BySoft CAM process software offers support with intelligent nesting procedures.

In addition, the large format increases the variety of cutting applications on the ByCut Smart. Large-format sheet metal enables the cutting of large parts in addition to diverse small parts, without requiring the system to interrupt the laser cutting process.

From 3 to 12 kilowatts

The full spectrum of laser outputs: With the ByCut Smart, the user can choose from the Fiber 3000, 4000, 6000, 8000, 10000, and 12000 laser sources – to suit their individual requirements.

In addition to the ByCut Smart 6225, Bystronic also offers the fibre laser in the 12020, 8020, 6520, 4020, and 3015 formats.

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