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Collaboration Agreement for New Coil Fed Laser

Danobatgroup's Sheet Metal Division has reached a collaboration agreement with Carlsen Precision Manufacturing for the supply of a fully automated DANOBAT LB coil-fed laser system with integrated X-GAP system, as well as for a joint promotion in the American market through the fostering of precision laser blanking solutions to be developed at Carlsen Precision Manufacturing's new center of excellence located in Rome, GA.

Carlsen is an expansion of the 98-year-old family business, Larsen & Shaw Limited of Ontario, Canada. It is a Precision Manufacturing Center of Excellence that offers quality and service to a variety of industrial OEMs and distributors in the industrial, vehicular, medical, commercial and architectural markets.

The new coil fed laser solution, which is scheduled to be installed in November of this year, is ready to process steel up to 4 mm thick and features a 6 kw fiber laser.

"This machine offers multiple advantages resulting from the use of metal coil, such as savings in raw material due to better utilization of the sheet metal, constant work rates and lower cost per part," said a spokesperson. "DANOBAT LB's laser blanking technology reduces energy consumption compared to alternatives such as press lines, and is more efficient and flexible."

The machine incorporates Danobatgroup's Sheet Metal Division's own (patent pending) development called X-GAP. This new system allows the automatic separation of parts and scrap within the work table. The machine also features a modern robotic part unloading system with vision, which allows automatic stacking of finished parts on-the-fly. The solution optimizes productivity and offers increased reliability of the finished parts.

This development has been the result of a joint work between the technicians of both companies to meet the challenges that this machine will face in the center of excellence, since Carlsen Precision Manufacturing required a very flexible solution to produce parts of very different types and sizes and for different sectors, as well as the most efficient and reliable production possible for the high precision required by the customers who hire its services.

For more information contact:

Carlsen Precision Manufacturing

330 Industrial Blvd. SE

Rome, GA 30161


Danobatgroup Sheet Metal Division

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