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LASERS PROMISE ACCURACY, SPEED AND CONSISTENCY OF CUT

28-11-2016
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January 2017 will see Applied Machinery expand its offerings of Yawei sheet-metal machinery with the arrival of the first HLF series fibre laser on Australian shores. The new series was successfully launched at the EuroBLECH event in Hanover, Germany in October, and Applied has already been fielding enquiries from a broad cross-section of customers who are keen to get the first look at this premium laser processing system.

Yawei is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of CNC pressbrakes, CNC turret punch presses and guillotines. Now, the company’s entrance into the laser cutting market is follows years of R&D and refinement of the machines in the domestic market.

Over the course of a ten-year partnership, Applied Machinery has delivered and installed well in excess of 150 Yawei CNC pressbrakes, turret punch presses and guillotines across Australia.

This brand success is built on Yawei’s commitment to building premium, feature-packed machinery, at a competitive price point, combined with Applied Machinery’s class leading sales and service network across the country.

“We have happy Yawei customers all across Australia,” says Applied’s Marketing Manager, Daniel Fisher. “And with the addition of the HLF series of fibre lasers to our product line up, this strong customer base is only set to grow further.”

Dollar for dollar, the HLF series fibre laser from Yawei is in a league of its own and will open up possibilities for companies all across the laser cutting sector; from smaller start-ups to full three-shift production environments.

Yawei fibre laser systems offer a number of significant benefits including extreme accuracy, speed and consistency of cut, combined with very low operating and maintenance costs.

Daniel Fisher concludes: “All HLF series fibre lasers arrive standard with Precitec auto-focus cutting heads and IPG laser sources. Combine this with a Siemens 840DSL controller and a fabricated, fully annealed frame and you quickly start to see the benefits of these machines when compared to other units in the market.”

Applied Machinery
03 9706 8066
www.appliedmachinery.com.au

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