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Laser engraver operates unattendedThe new Alltec LGM laser engraving center precisely engraves complex 3D forms and patterns into any virtually any type of metal -- stainless and hardened steel, alumi...

December 1, 2003   Canadian Plastics



Laser engraver operates unattended

The new Alltec LGM laser engraving center precisely engraves complex 3D forms and patterns into any virtually any type of metal — stainless and hardened steel, aluminum, brass, copper, gold, as well graphites and ceramics — without tool wear and consumables such as electrodes, stamps, needles, acids or stencils. The unit can be equipped with a multi-station rotary table and programmed to function operator-free during off-shift hours. Mold geometry and engraving contents can vary from station to station. The LGM is ideal for engraving, decorating and texturing molds for bottles, automotive parts and components with large areas.

Alltec GmbH www.alltec.org

Free trial with mold debugging software

Beaumont Technologies is offering a one month free trail of its 5-Step Process mold debugging software to moldmakers and processors. The software was developed to meet increased market demands and pressures for faster mold startup, and thus to ensure quicker payment from customers. The self-contained database on this CD-ROM enables companies to quickly diagnose and solve filling imbalances encountered during initial mold commissioning and normal production runs. The software covers geometrically balanced runner layouts for molds from 4 to 64 cavities, with additional standard or custom layouts available.

Beaumont Technologies Inc. 814-899-6390


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