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Rofin CombiLine E laser workstation available from Laser Resources

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Rofin, partner of Laser Resources , has introduced a stable laser workstation for small and medium sized batches, with its new CombiLine E.

High flexibility
The CombiLine E - laser workstation has high flexibility and is capable of meeting every customer’s needs. The CombiLine E moves laser head and deflection unit through travel axes in x, y and z direction over a range of 300mm each – with speed and captivating precision.

Numerous applications of Rofin CombiLine E laser workstation
With its robust and stable construction, the worktable carries workpieces of up to 100kg. For easy loading during the marking process, the CombiLine E is also available with a rotary table.

Moreover, Rofin offers both models with a rotary axis, which is required for the marking of cylindrical parts.

Accommodating all its supply units in a compact housing, the CombiLine E workstation requires only little room within the production area. The system’s wide range of applications is attributable to its modular concept, which integrates various different laser markers out of Rofin’s wide-ranging product line.

Due to these advantages, Rofin’s new CombiLine E guarantees efficient processing of various applications at small and medium batch sizes.

Smart ergonomics
To ensure optimal working height, the CombiLine E is available for seated or standing operation. Process visualisation through a big colour TFT touch screen monitor contributes to maximum operating comfort.

The operation interface integrates both monitor and touchpad mouse. Furthermore, an observation window grants direct insight into the spacious operating area.

With its new positioning concept, its stable and precise construction and its ergonomics, Rofin’s CombiLine E provides all the features necessary for long-standing smooth and efficient laser marking.

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