How to calculate the accuracy of laser cutting technology before operation?

Laser cutting processing technology is widely used in the processing of metal and non-metallic materials, which can greatly reduce processing time, reduce processing costs, and improve the quality of workpieces. .


Taking Jinyun Laser CO2 laser cutting machine as an example, the whole system is composed of control system, motion system, optical system, water cooling system, smoke exhaust and air blowing protection system, etc. The adopted numerical control mode realizes multi-axis linkage and the laser is not affected by speed It also supports DXP, PLT, CNC and other graphics formats and strengthens the interface graphics rendering processing capability.

How to calculate the accuracy of laser cutting technology before operation?  Laser calculation Cutting Huazhi OEM Industrial Products 1

The laser cutting processing technology adopts imported servo motors with excellent performance, as well as a transmission guide structure to achieve good motion accuracy at high speed. Laser cutting is realized by the application of high power density energy generated by laser focusing.


Under the control of the computer, the laser is discharged through pulses, thereby outputting a controlled repetitive high-frequency pulsed laser to form a beam with a certain frequency and a certain pulse width. The pulsed laser beam is transmitted and reflected through the optical path and focused on On the surface of the processed object, tiny, high-energy-density light spots are formed, and the focal spots are located near the surface to be processed, melting or vaporizing the processed material at an instant high temperature.


Each high-energy laser pulse instantly sputters a small hole on the surface of the object. Under the control of the computer, the laser cutting processing technology and the material to be processed perform continuous relative motion and dot according to the pre-drawn pattern, so that the object will be processed. into the desired shape.

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