Rollomatic introduces LaserSmart 810XL for cutting ultrahard materials

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Rollomatic has launched the LaserSmart 810XL, featuring an innovative and powerful laser source designed for the profile cutting and ablation of tools made from polycrystalline diamond and other ultra-hard materials that measure up to 12” in diameter, 14” in length and weigh up to 33lbs. Its typical application fields are the woodworking, automotive and aerospace industries. 

The LaserSmart 810XL can achieve a surface finish as low as Ra 40nm while producing crisper cutting edges and 30% faster feed rates compared to conventional laser machines. Its software easily interprets 3D files and data entry while communicating effortlessly with the operator and other machine systems. Six internal cameras assist the operator in quick setup and efficient production, delivering automatic blank detection, high repeatability and precise cylindrical margins on any tool size.

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