6 G acceleration
The superior dynamism of Eagle’s flagship model iNspire is achieved with a polymer concrete frame familiar from measuring machines, which, in addition to its massive weight, slowly binds and releases heat. This achieves excellent body vibration and accuracy. The machine’s extremely light bridge structure, made of carbon fiber, in turn moves between the frames, supported on both sides by two linear guides and absolute gauges that ensure accuracy. In addition, all axes of the machine (X, Y and Z) have high-speed and maintenance-free linear motors.
15 kW IPG fiber
By far the fastest fiber laser cutting on the market (max. Cutting speed 150 m / min and positioning speed 350 m / min), in addition to 6 G acceleration, a 15 kW IPG fiber laser resonator is used, which is utilized by Eagle’s self-developed eVa laser cutting head. The benefits of high-performance fiber lasers are greatest with thinner materials, but this combination can cut roster and steel up to 60 mm, aluminum 50 mm, brass 30 mm and copper up to 25 mm. However, the mechanical design of the InSpire machine allows for a smooth cut up to a material thickness of 45 mm.
Focus on fiber lasers
Eagle has decided to focus on the utilization of purely real fiber lasers thanks to their superior technology compared to other laser technologies used in the industry. Fiber lasers are highly reliable and offer significant operating cost savings due to reduced electricity consumption (70% less than CO2) and maintenance costs (simpler design than CO2). In addition, the modular design makes it possible to easily and quickly replace a potentially defective fiber laser module without prolonging interruption of surgery.
Table change in just 9 seconds
The cutting table’s state-of-the-art fully mechanical design is implemented without the slow hydraulic or pneumatic functions commonly used in the industry, enabling extremely fast cutting table changes in just 9 seconds (1.5×3 m). “One big waste factor for laser cutters is the slow table changes. This is very important if there are a lot of table changes per day, week, month and year, ”emphasizes Marko Vossi, Business Development Director of Vossi Group. Eagle also offers complete fiber laser cutting cells with efficient automation for processing and storing sheet blanks as well as cut sheets.
The new generation Eagle fiber laser concept offers superior productivity and precision. A maximum cutting speed of 150 m / min and a maximum positioning speed of 350 m / min are enabled by as much as 6 G acceleration and a 12 kW IPG fiber laser resonator utilized by Eagle's self-developed eVa laser cutting head.
Eagle's fiber laser cutting systems have an extremely fast - table change in just 9 seconds (1.5x3 m). In addition, complete automation is offered for efficient handling and storage of slabs and cut slabs.
Significance of cutting power with 12 mm carbon steel
Significance of cutting power with 8 mm carbon steel