Fiber laser marking machine FYBRA II

fiber laser marking machine
fiber laser marking machine
fiber laser marking machine
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fiber laser
metal, plastic, wood, ceramic, leather, for silicon
Other characteristics
deep marking

21 W, 31 W, 52 W (0.03 hp)


FYBRAII is the second generation (Generation II) of the Automator top selling active fiber laser for marking in industrial environments. FYBRAII generates a high power laser beam from the source to the head via a flexible fiber cable. The innovative main block and the head are designed and optimized to work in a heavy duty work environment, where vibrations, disturbance and dust are very common. FYBRAII is an extremely comfortable modular system: the main box sets the source and the board with the electronic parts in two different separated areas. The galvanometers are sets, with the lenses in the head block. • Deep markings on metals • Up to 32 external axis available • Designed for heavy duty industrial environments • Extremely easy to use with Automator EuGENIUS laser marking software The laser fiber allow a considerable increase of the power, without compromising the size of the laser spot. This pledges a better marking result at higher powers and a better efficiency of the system. Laser type: NB:Yb 1064 nm Security class: 4 A mechanical shutter operates together with the electronic one, for a dual security system! Like all Automator second generation marking lasers (Gen II), FYBRAII provides a double shutter security system: a mechanical shutter, together with an electronic one, set with the Automator Safety Pack and a Safety Class 1 laser enclosure, allows the laser head to reach a SIL3 – PLE safety grade, the maximum security level in the laser marking fields. With Automator Safety Pack, the operator can work in total security with no risks.


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