The Light Cutter is the most popular cutting head up to 6kW.
The Mini Cutter is Precitec’s budget 2 or 3 axis 2kW head.
The Fine Cutter allows processing of cut widths less than 30um.
The LightCutter 2.0 is the ideal solution for all laser cutting applications in the medium power range up to 6 kW. Whether 2D, 2.5D or 3D – thanks to its wide range of variants you will always find the most efficient and economical configuration. It is characterized by high cutting qualities for all metals up to 25 mm sheet thickness – especially for laser cutting of mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
The LightCutter 2.0 offers outstanding cutting and product quality without compromise: optimized for continuous permanent operation, it scores points with high cutting speeds and smooth, rectangular edges with minimal burr. It has a very robust design, is lightweight and convinces even after long cutting cycles. No other head generates comparable stable results in this class.
With frequent material changes, the motorized focus position adjustment leads to reduced intervention times for the machine operator. Different thicknesses and materials can be cut very flexibly. Thanks to this automated adjustment, the cutting head always works with high precision and stability, even at high accelerations of up to 3 g. It is also the best in class in all other performance features. The display of the set focus position on the front panel makes commissioning much easier.
The LightCutter 2.0 is designed for high laser power. It is completely dust-tight, which guarantees a continuous, clean operation. The basis for clean cut edges is provided by the ultra-stable and drift-free sensor technology for a constant distance between component and optics.
Complex cutting contours are approached quickly and precisely with the LightCutter 2.0 3D. The slim design in the front area allows contact-free immersion in areas that are very difficult to access.
The MiniCutter is a real all-round talent for thin sheets. As a simple and compact plug and play solution, it provides you with very good cutting qualities on the one hand – but it is also unbeatable in price. You can efficiently and cost-effectively process sheet thicknesses of up to 10 mm with solid-state lasers.
Particularly with very complex 3D metal parts, the fast-reacting distance control guarantees a consistently good and reproducible cutting quality. The slim design of the cutting head allows a high degree of accessibility for the machining of strongly curved components. However, the focusing optics not only offers many advantages in robot applications – it is also used in the field of laser cutting of flat, thin metals (worldwide).
The head is user-friendly and easy to maintain: the protective glass can be changed quickly and without tools on your own. The focus position, which can be easily adjusted from the outside, can be used to adjust the cutting process. In short: The MiniCutter offers you a reliable, user-friendly solution for an attractive price.
The FineCutter offers you a versatile solution for the wide range of applications (e.g.: Micromachining) of laser cutting in precision machining. It is specially designed for the use of solid-state lasers with highly brilliant and pulsed beam sources. This enables you to achieve the finest contours and smooth, burr-free cut surfaces, both in 2D laser cutting systems and in robot applications. Thanks to the integrated camera, setup is completed in the shortest possible time and you always have a good view of the cutting process.
With a high imaging quality of the optics, ever smaller parts, and more complex geometries with the smallest cutting gap widths are produced in the μ range.
As a very compact solution for flatbed systems, the FineCutter also processes different materials such as brass, silver, or platinum in the thin sheet metal sector. Prototypes and small series are produced quickly and with high precision, without long set-up times.
The basis for permanently clean cut edges and perfect gap widths is provided by the proven sensor technology for a constant distance between component and optics.