The Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering at the University of Southampton provides an outstandingly successful environment for world-leading education, research and enterprise.
For over 60 years they have continued to make fundamental advances in disciplines and to define and develop substantial new areas of research that impact on the fast-changing world in which we live. Their continued investment into new technologies helps to push those advances one step further.
The PLS6MW really does have it all!
50 Watt CO2 Cartridge that will etch/engrave
Cut all laserable materials up to 9mm thick
50 Watt Fiber cartridge that will mark metal and cut metal foil
Great bed size of (813 X 457)
Keypad and LCD display shows current file name, laser power, engraving speed
We are confident the students are going to find this laser cutter beneficial when completing their projects and research.
Hobarts are delighted to be working with such a prestigious University and look forward to working with and supporting Southampton University in the future.
For the maximum in material processing versatility, consider the PLS6MW Multi-Wavelength Laser Platform. Unique among laser systems, the PLS6MW can make use of three different laser wavelengths to process the broadest spectrum of materials and applications. The Multi-Wavelength capability of the PLS6MW can be used to accomplish tasks that are impossible using only a single wavelength.
Laser Technology Benefits
Software Controlled – Any Windows®-based software with a print function can be used with the laser system.
Multi-Material – Process an endless number of materials.
Multi-Process – Cut, engrave, mark and produce photo images in one step.
Non-Contact – Modify material without applying any physical force.
On-Demand – Produce everything you need in real time, without waiting for hard-tooling.
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