Thanks to its Rotary Index (RI) unit and variable beam control, the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI is able to machine sheets, tubes and profiles made from different material types quickly and flexibly and can also handle small runs. At the same time, the system stands out thanks to its exceptional reliability and material efficiency.
Compared to its CO2-based predecessor, the current AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI fiber laser cutting system excels through its considerably higher productivity levels. This increase is due not only to the power of the current 3-kW fiber laser, but also to the special design of the laser head and sensor technology. Consequently, the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI can switch between flatbed and tube and profile machining in a matter of seconds. This is possible thanks to the Rotary Index (RI) unit. This moves into the system at the touch of a button and the cutting process can start. This outstanding speed when switching between flatbed and tube or profile machining is unique to the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI and clearly differentiates it by eliminating the time-consuming setup processes that characterize conventional systems. It therefore guarantees all users the flexibility they need in order to machine even small batch sizes quickly and reliably.
Highly sensitive sensor system
Whether for flatbed, tube or profile machining: Whatever the cutting process, all users can depend on the particularly high level of reliability offered by the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI. This is because its sensors react with great sensitivity and extremely quickly to all parts geometries so that, for example, even the edges with greater material depth of a rectangular tube can be cut reliably and with high precision at all times. The 3D measuring sensor, which is mounted next to the cutting head in order to measure the workpieces, also contributes to the system’s reliability.
Variable beam control
Another advantage of the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI lies in the fact that it can be used for a wide variety of metals. This is because AMADA’s variable beam adaptation solution allows the fiber laser to adapt automatically to the type and thickness of the material that is being machined and cut normal steel, stainless steel as well as aluminum, copper, brass or titanium without difficulty. In addition, the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI operates with material-saving efficiency – thanks to the Water Assisted Cutting System (WACS). All in all, the AMADA ENSIS-3015 RI offers outstanding reliability, flexibility and productivity at a low cost and with optimum material utilization.
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