Eagle Lasers: a sharp eye for innovation

Eagle Lasers was founded in 2006 with a clear goal: creating the ideal fibre laser-cutting machine.

In just 16 years, the company says it has become a reference for high power lasers offering one of the fastest and most efficient cutting systems in the market. In the UK, Eagle machines are sold, serviced and supported by Barnsley-based PW Machine Services. 

The main reason for such rapid growth and brand positioning, and one of the company's key differentiators, is that Eagle didn’t adapt older systems such as CO2 or plasma to fibre laser technology. Instead, it grasped the benefits of fibre from the get-go and built the machine and its ecosystem around this technology to exploit its full potential.

“Under the innovative spirit that characterises them, Eagle bet on high powers long before it became a trend in the industry,” explains William Lister, Eagle engineer and managing director of PW Machine Services.

“They were the first to launch reliable 6kW, 8kW, 10kW, 12kW, 20kW, and most recently, 30kW fibre laser cutting machines, changing the market's perception about the need for higher wattages and creating a new standard in productivity.”

Currently, the company has branches in Poland, Germany, Italy, and Scandinavia and is present in more than 25 countries through official distributors. Top-of-the-line Eagle iNspire machines feature a controlled 30kW power source, 6G acceleration for the speediest dynamics, and a nine-second pallet changer that allows for shorter work cycles, making them one of the fastest laser cutters in the marketplace.

“Eagle certainly doesn’t compromise when it comes to the quality of their machine components,” Mr Lister adds, “and they are continuously being improved and enhanced on an ongoing basis.

“Among some that we believe make Eagle machines unique are the ultra-lightweight carbon fibre traverse, linear motors on all axes, and the eVa cutting head, whose patented construction makes it four times less prone to contamination than all other heads available.

“These features, paired with automated material handling systems, enable ultra-fast production, resulting in higher volumes cut in less time with less energy and consumables. This leads to reduced costs per part and increased margins, backing up one of Eagle’s most solid claims: that higher power leads to higher profits.”

Eagle's UK agent, PW Machine Services, has over two decades of experience working with laser machines and recently sold the first Eagle fibre laser scheduled to be delivered in 2023. Based in South Yorkshire, PW offers a full-service solution for the entire Eagle portfolio, including onsite technicians and excellent customer care.

PW Machine Services
www.pwmachineservices.com

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