|XL 1200 CNC LASER Cutter Pantograph with extra PLASMA torch of IDA Control with the ability of 2D / dimensional reproduction drawing to sheet metal of thickness up to 20mm.||
The LASER and PLASMA technologies find industrial applications in materials wherein the machining process with the conventional methods is problematic. The new cutting technology using LASER and PLASMA ensures the creation of components with great difficulty factor as to the geometry, reproducibility and the high cutting speeds, compared with the conventional means.
IDA Control is a Greek company which manufactures high-tech metal-cutting machines and one of the few internationally who held vertical expertise in the manufacturing of all its subsystems. The Technological Educational Institute of Kavala has the XL 1200 CNC LASER Cutter Pantograph with extra PLASMA torch of IDA Control with the ability of 2D / dimensional reproduction drawing to sheet metal of thickness up to 20mm. More specifically from 0,1 to 2,0mm for LASER cut and from 1 to 20mm for PLASMA cut. The control panel of Pantograph is 100% PC based, fully compatibility with other PCs, allowing direct access to AutoCAD, COREL, SOLID EDGE, SOLID WORKS, TOP SOLID etc. and connection to the network, internet or LAN. The cutting bench table dimensions are 1200mm x 1200mm heavy duty. The transmission system is capable of cutting speed up to 25m/min, positional accuracy +/-0,2mm/m and repeatability of +/-0,20mm. The built-in CAM software for cutting is available with industrial standards 15” touch-screen monitor allow the reproduction of cut and process control in a real time to ensure a final product of high quality and machining accuracy.
Some of the key features of IDA XL 1200 are:
CNC 2 axis control system with partial control of the Z axis
- Operating system IDA multiprocessing Real Time Control System
- LAZAL 53 LASER or PLASMA Cut at the option of operator
- Dynamic speed control 0-120% of the default speed
- Complete reversal (move along path) of the cutting speed
- Support of all standard protocols
- Test cutting with head repositioning