Rollomatic introduces LaserSmart 510 Femto

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Rollomatic has launched a femtosecond laser machine designed for cutting PCD (polycrystalline diamond) and other ultrahard materials such as ceramics, carbide, sapphire and glass. 

The LaserSmart 510 Femto features a powerful femtosecond laser source and is capable of achieving surface finishes as low as Ra 40nm. According to Rollomatic, the system produces crisper and sharper cutting edges compared to conventional laser machines, and offers 30 per cent faster feed rates compared to such machines. The system is also able to adapt the machining process automatically to the type of material.

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