Precision laser processing tailored for the aerospace sector

The new Prima Power Laserdyne machine is tailored for the turbine and aerospace industry, providing value for high precision laser processing.

The machine draws upon over 40 years of experience and expertise, as Prima presents in this new video.

In line with the long Prima Power Laserdyne tradition in the turbine and aerospace manufacturing sector, where the need for quality, consistency, and accuracy is paramount, the Laserdyne 811 represents the latest innovation in multi-axis 3D laser processing system for welding, drilling, and cutting.

With the BeamDirector and quick change nozzles, it can easily switch between the three different applications in a matter of seconds, while keeping its high precision and speed.

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Laserdyne 811 with the BeamDirector is a precise, accurate, and super flexible head, guaranteeing access to hard-to-reach places in the workpiece, precise beam positioning, and most considerable flexibility in a 5-axis laser system. The multi-axis laser system allows drilling at an angle of 10° off the surface along the entire surface of the part.

The machine is also equipped with SmartTechniques, a set of software modules and commands that provide advanced and integrated control of laser, motion system, and sensors. It creates operational synergy with the machine’s S94P controller, delivering higher quality, efficiency, and productivity.

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