Laserdyne 795 XLZ Designed for 3D Parts

Prima Power Laserdyne, Champlin, Minn., offers the Laserdyne 795 XLZ. The new system has a 72-inch extended Z axis, 80-inch X axis, 40-inch Y axis, and the latest BeamDirector3 rotary-tilt laser beam positioning head.

The 795 XLZ system is designed to drill, cut and weld medium to large-volume 3D parts with a minimum of setups helping to ensure better part accuracy with a reduction in total cycle time. The company claims it is the first and only standard multi-axis laser system guaranteeing volumetric accuracy within this large volume. The 795XLZ is designed for aerospace, turbine engine and contract manufacturing companies that require flexibility of motion and tight tolerances when laser processing.

For more information on the new 795 XLS system, call 763-433-3700 or visit www.primapower.com.

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