FARLEY LASERLALB supplies high-speed fiber laser cutting machines for tubes

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Thanks to the high-speed output of tube laser cuttting process, production schedules have been drastically reduced, leading to much higher productivity levels for our customers.  For example, processing a cope on a beam, channel or pipe development  now takes minutes; whereas previously by hand,  this could take up to an hour when marking out is included.
HGTECH has produced a tube laser cutting machine, which is a ‘heavy duty’ machine suited to large component manufacturing. With a footprint of approximately 40 metres, the LT 14 can cut diameters up to 355mm and handle tube and sections 13m in length and up to 100kg/metre.
LT7535 high-speed laser machine is designed for cutting tube and open sections of between 12mm and 152mm.
The beauty of the LT 7535 is not only the incredible speed of its throughput; but its ability to cut reflective materials such as copper, brass, aluminium, stainless steel and titanium, delivering a smoother cut surface. It also cuts carbon beautifully.
HGTECH makes LT series to service a wide cross-section of industries and varied steel fabrication requirements. 
“The applications for tube laser are vast - from office furniture to balustrades, gym equipment and bicycles - to stadiums and architectural structures.  The automated and software-driven process minimises the human error element, creating high levels of accuracy and repeatability of component parts,” Stuart comments.
Automating the tube and section cutting process creates many benefits for the fabricator, including a reduction in labour and infrastructure costs; and for HGTECH’s customers, the benefit of minimising the risks associated with stock-holding.

Thanks to the high-speed output of tube laser cuttting process, production schedules have been drastically reduced, leading to much higher productivity levels for our customers.  For example, processing a cope on a beam, channel or pipe development  now takes minutes; whereas previously by hand,  this could take up to an hour when marking out is included.


HGTECH has produced a tube laser cutting machine, which is a ‘heavy duty’ machine suited to large component manufacturing. With a footprint of approximately 40 metres, the LT 14 can cut diameters up to 355mm and handle tube and sections 13m in length and up to 100kg/metre.


LT7535 high-speed laser machine is designed for cutting tube and open sections of between 12mm and 152mm.
The beauty of the LT 7535 is not only the incredible speed of its throughput; but its ability to cut reflective materials such as copper, brass, aluminium, stainless steel and titanium, delivering a smoother cut surface. It also cuts carbon beautifully.


HGTECH makes LT series to service a wide cross-section of industries and varied steel fabrication requirements. 


The applications for tube laser are vast - from office furniture to balustrades, gym equipment and bicycles - to stadiums and architectural structures.  The automated and software-driven process minimises the human error element, creating high levels of accuracy and repeatability of component parts,” Stuart comments.


Automating the tube and section cutting process creates many benefits for the fabricator, including a reduction in labour and infrastructure costs; and for HGTECH’s customers, the benefit of minimising the risks associated with stock-holding.

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