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Eurolaser processes textile fabric sheets up to 3210 mm
20
Dec '12
The ‘New Generation’ 3XL-3200 from eurolaser provides a special laser system for especially large textiles. With the ‘New Generation’ 3XL-3200, even wider textile sheets up to 3,210 mm width can be processed now.

The conveyor system guides the roller cleanly and without distortion to the working surface. Thanks to the removal table, it is possible to remove parts from three sides very easily. If required, leftover fabric can be automatically rolled up again after cutting.

100% compatible

The eurolaser laser system works based on a variety of software applications. Other system providers' data can be easily transferred – including Lectra, CDR, EPS, HPGL and AI.

With the optional extra ‘OptiScout’ software, currently version 7, many workflow enhancements, such as, for example, the nesting module for the automatic nesting of blanks to save material, or the camera recognition of optical registration marks, is possible.

Even cutting jobs which would exceed the conventional machining surface of the laser system are possible. The material is transported via the conveyor system and cut further.

An eurolaser laser system is particularly well-suited for the industrial cutting of textiles with skills and technology Made in Germany. 

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