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Cincinnati Offers New Fiber Laser

Cincinnati, Inc., Harrison, Ohio, offers its new CL-960 fiber laser. Building on the company’s CL-900 laser series, the CL960 offers a new look and productivity enhancements. The CL-960 processes thin material faster while cutting up to ¾-inch-thick steel. Air-assist cutting and reliable linear drive motors boost productivity while lowering production and maintenance
costs. With its user-friendly touchscreen controls, the intuitive
CL-960 allows operators of all levels to maximize the machine’s advanced laser cutting capabilities, the company claims.

Additional features include a 6,000W light source, dual-pallet configuration, fiber resonator technology, flexible glass fiber beam delivery and three table sizes: 5- by 10-foot, 6- by 12-foot, and 8- by 20-foot. The series is capable of interfacing with a modular material handling system.

For more information, call 513-367-7100 or visit www.e-ci.com

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