Universal Laser Systems releases Ultra R5000 for processing polymers and composites

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The new ULTRA R5000 from Universal Laser Systems is ideal for processing a wide range of natural and advanced polymer and composite materials. It is a flexible, mid-range platform that offers high quality.

The R5000's dual-wavelength hybrid laser technology and built-in laser power optimisation capabilities enable it to accurately match the available laser energy with a material’s absorption characteristics, to achieve optimal end results.

The system supports numerous productivity enhancement options, including a sophisticated multi-camera-based augmented reality user interface that enhances visual workflows and processes design files that use registration marks to accurately position material for processing. Additionally, the powerful control interface with a built-in and ever-expanding database of laser processing parameters, dramatically simplifies the setup and use of this system.

The R5000 can perform operations including high-speed cutting, marking, surface profiling, engraving, surface modification and many others. Its modular design enables users to configure the system for laser processing of a specific material or a broad range of diverse applications.

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