laser cutting · 2021年5月7日

How to know the rate of laser processing and cutting

The cutting rate of laser processing affects the total width of the wound and the roughness of the wound. Different thickness of raw materials, different air pressure of laser cutting, the laser cutting rate has a good value, this good value is about 80% of the large laser cutting rate. If the laser cutting rate is too fast, the reasonable spot area will be reduced immediately. This is because the speed is too fast and the time for the interaction between the machine equipment and the raw material is shortened. So, what are the requirements of the characteristics of fiber laser cutting on the rate of laser cutting, sheet metal processing.png

If the laser cutting rate of the laser processing cutting machine is too fast, the total width of the wound will be reduced, so the direct point of light will be close immediately, the wound will continue to have trailing lines, and the level of unevenness of the wound will immediately increase and continue to suffer. The condition of scraping. If the rate of laser cutting is too low, the laser and raw materials will take longer to act on them, the total area of ​​their acting spots will also increase, and the total width of the wound will also increase. The cutting rate of laser processing is not as good as the rate of melting, and the remaining reaction heat causes excessive melting of the wound, which has a relatively large range of thermal effects.

Now that the speed of laser processing and cutting machines is so well-known for its laser cutting characteristics, how do we know the speed of fiber laser cutting? Because the laser cutting service platform is short, there is no way to tell whether it is high-speed operation with both eyes. We can use the mobile phone software simulation function of the servo controller of the automatic cutting machine to query whether the motor speed ratio is high. When detecting the cutting speed of laser processing, there is no need for real cutting, which increases the rate of interaction. Each axis can be tested separately or separately.