Laser machining system

Process Photonics (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) has launched the FP1000, its new-generation laser machining workstation for high-performance, high-volume circuit board manufacturing environments. The system features a radio-frequency-excited CO2 laser and Active Pulse Shaping for maximum processing quality when cutting,

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Process Photonics (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) has launched the FP1000, its new-generation laser machining workstation for high-performance, high-volume circuit board manufacturing environments. The system features a radio-frequency-excited CO2 laser and Active Pulse Shaping for maximum processing quality when cutting, routing, skiving and through-hole drilling common polymer materials, such as aramid- and glass-reinforced epoxies. Its automated vision system reportedly ensures precision alignment. The system accepts panel sizes up to 533 mm by 635 mm (21 inches by 25 inches). Features include a Windows-based operator interface, automated self-calibration and part alignment, and fast job programming and changeover for prototype work. The system reportedly is compatible with industry-standard file formats and data logging requirements.