Used laser cutting machines for sale 692

Subcategories


Metal length 2000 mm
Type CO₂
CNC no
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes yes
CNC type

Metal length 4000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
CNC yes
Power 3000 W
Option to cut tubes no
Travel X 4000 mm

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Max thickness 15 mm
Power 2000 W
Option to cut tubes no
CNC yes

Metal length 12000 mm
Metal width 3000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4000 W
Type Fiber
CNC no

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
CNC yes
Power 5000 W
Option to cut tubes no
Travel X 3000 mm

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
CNC yes
Power 3000 W
Option to cut tubes no

Metal length 6000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
CNC yes
Power 4000 W
Option to cut tubes no
CNC type SIEMENS

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3500 W
Type CO₂
CNC yes

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

Metal length 6500 mm
Type CO₂
CNC yes
Power 2000 W
Option to cut tubes yes
CNC type Siemens Sinumerik 840D

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Max thickness 8 mm
Power 2000 W
Option to cut tubes no
CNC yes

Power 5000 W
Max thickness 25 mm
CNC type Siemens Sinumerik 840 D
Option to cut tubes no
CNC no
Travel X 3000 mm

Metal length 3000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
CNC type Fanuc
Metal width 38100 mm
CNC yes

Metal length 1300 mm
Metal width 2500 mm
Max thickness 8 mm
Power 1000 W
Option to cut tubes no
CNC yes

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 6000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 6000 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 20 mm

Metal length 6500 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Max thickness 6.4 mm
Power 3200 W
Option to cut tubes yes
CNC no

Metal length 6000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
Option to cut tubes yes
Power 5000 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 25 mm

Metal length 1250 mm
Metal width 2500 mm
CNC yes
Power 2000 W
Option to cut tubes no

Presentation of the cutting machines - Laser

The laser cutting machines belong to the category of sheet metal machines. The machine allows for the cutting of materials through the use of a powerful laser. The laser beam of the machine involves stimulating a lasing material using electrical discharges within a closed container. When the material is stimulated, the beam is reflected internally by means of a mirror. Then, it achieves sufficient energy to escape as a stream of monochromatic coherent light. Thanks to mirrors or fibre optics, the light is sent to a lens, which focuses the light on the work zone and the material to be cut.

This machine is very precise. It uses a focusing lens to concentrate the energy onto a precise point. Usually, the diameter of the beam is ¾, which allows it to complete very precise operations. The CO2 operating system represents the most popular category of laser machines. There are several kinds of laser machines, which are usually ranked according to the following criteria:
  • Power
  • Pulse length
  • Pulse duration
  • Frequency
  • CNC or not

The laser machine can operate on most of these materials

Metal, textile, paper, glass, cardboard, ceramic, and leather. However, in some cases (with soft materials for example), the waterjet machine is recommended. Some materials require a specific set-up. For example, silver and copper are reflective, making it much more difficult for the machine to operate with these kinds of materials.

Advantages of the laser cutting machine 

The narrow laser cut width allows maximum material utilisation and a very limited risk of waste. Manufacturers are rapidly innovating in this area through the diversification of materials and increasing the thickness of the cutting process.
The laser cutters are considered to be more precise and consume less energy than plasma cutting machines. Newer cutting machines are usually CNC (Computer numerical control) in order to produce faster functioning with a higher precision.

However, this machine is very powerful and requires a very good understanding of the cutting process and safety rules.

Area of use

As the machine is very polyvalent, a very wide range of professionals use it. The military industry, wood and metal production and jewelry are all examples of industries where the laser cutting machine is commonly used.

Related subcategories 

Cutting machines - Plasma/gas
Cutting machines - Waterjet

In order to find your used laser cutting machine for sale, you can narrow down your search according to the following criteria:
  • Sheet metal length in mm
  • Sheet metal width in mm
  • Power in W
  • Max. thickness in mm
  • CNC
  • Type of CNC

Main manufacturers  

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the top machines manufacturers, including
Amada cutting machines, Trumpf cutting machines, Bystronic cutting machines and many others. With Exapro, You can find these used machines for an affordable price.
Exapro currently has more than 350 laser cutting machines.

Don’t hesitate to check our online catalogue for laser machines and many other kinds of equipment. You can also contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions.

For an example of how laser cutting machines work, you can check out the video of the Amada LC 3015 X1 NT - AS LUL X1:



Start to find your used laser cutting machine for sale !

Presentation of the cutting machines - Laser

The laser cutting machines belong to the category of sheet metal machines. The machine allows for the cutting of materials through the use of a powerful laser. The laser beam of the machine involves stimulating a lasing material using electrical discharges within a closed container. When the material is stimulated, the beam is reflected internally by means of a mirror. Then, it achieves sufficient energy to escape as a stream of monochromatic coherent light. Thanks to mirrors or fibre optics, the light is sent to a lens, which focuses the light on the work zone and the material to be cut.

This machine is very precise. It uses a focusing lens to concentrate the energy onto a precise point. Usually, the diameter of the beam is ¾, which allows it to complete very precise operations. The CO2 operating system represents the most popular category of laser machines. There are several kinds of laser machines, which are usually ranked according to the following criteria:
  • Power
  • Pulse length
  • Pulse duration
  • Frequency
  • CNC or not

The laser machine can operate on most of these materials

Metal, textile, paper, glass, cardboard, ceramic, and leather. However, in some cases (with soft materials for example), the waterjet machine is recommended. Some materials require a specific set-up. For example, silver and copper are reflective, making it much more difficult for the machine to operate with these kinds of materials.

Advantages of the laser cutting machine 

The narrow laser cut width allows maximum material utilisation and a very limited risk of waste. Manufacturers are rapidly innovating in this area through the diversification of materials and increasing the thickness of the cutting process.
The laser cutters are considered to be more precise and consume less energy than plasma cutting machines. Newer cutting machines are usually CNC (Computer numerical control) in order to produce faster functioning with a higher precision.

However, this machine is very powerful and requires a very good understanding of the cutting process and safety rules.

Area of use

As the machine is very polyvalent, a very wide range of professionals use it. The military industry, wood and metal production and jewelry are all examples of industries where the laser cutting machine is commonly used.

Related subcategories 

Cutting machines - Plasma/gas
Cutting machines - Waterjet

In order to find your used laser cutting machine for sale, you can narrow down your search according to the following criteria:
  • Sheet metal length in mm
  • Sheet metal width in mm
  • Power in W
  • Max. thickness in mm
  • CNC
  • Type of CNC

Main manufacturers  

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the top machines manufacturers, including
Amada cutting machines, Trumpf cutting machines, Bystronic cutting machines and many others. With Exapro, You can find these used machines for an affordable price.
Exapro currently has more than 350 laser cutting machines.

Don’t hesitate to check our online catalogue for laser machines and many other kinds of equipment. You can also contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions.

For an example of how laser cutting machines work, you can check out the video of the Amada LC 3015 X1 NT - AS LUL X1:



Start to find your used laser cutting machine for sale !

Presentation of the cutting machines - Laser

The laser cutting machines belong to the category of sheet metal machines. The machine allows for the cutting of materials through the use of a powerful laser. The laser beam of the machine involves stimulating a lasing material using electrical discharges within a closed container. When the material is stimulated, the beam is reflected internally by means of a mirror. Then, it achieves sufficient energy to escape as a stream of monochromatic coherent light. Thanks to mirrors or fibre optics, the light is sent to a lens, which focuses the light on the work zone and the material to be cut.

This machine is very precise. It uses a focusing lens to concentrate the energy onto a precise point. Usually, the diameter of the beam is ¾, which allows it to complete very precise operations. The CO2 operating system represents the most popular category of laser machines. There are several kinds of laser machines, which are usually ranked according to the following criteria:
  • Power
  • Pulse length
  • Pulse duration
  • Frequency
  • CNC or not

The laser machine can operate on most of these materials

Metal, textile, paper, glass, cardboard, ceramic, and leather. However, in some cases (with soft materials for example), the waterjet machine is recommended. Some materials require a specific set-up. For example, silver and copper are reflective, making it much more difficult for the machine to operate with these kinds of materials.

Advantages of the laser cutting machine 

The narrow laser cut width allows maximum material utilisation and a very limited risk of waste. Manufacturers are rapidly innovating in this area through the diversification of materials and increasing the thickness of the cutting process.
The laser cutters are considered to be more precise and consume less energy than plasma cutting machines. Newer cutting machines are usually CNC (Computer numerical control) in order to produce faster functioning with a higher precision.

However, this machine is very powerful and requires a very good understanding of the cutting process and safety rules.

Area of use

As the machine is very polyvalent, a very wide range of professionals use it. The military industry, wood and metal production and jewelry are all examples of industries where the laser cutting machine is commonly used.

Related subcategories 

Cutting machines - Plasma/gas
Cutting machines - Waterjet

In order to find your used laser cutting machine for sale, you can narrow down your search according to the following criteria:
  • Sheet metal length in mm
  • Sheet metal width in mm
  • Power in W
  • Max. thickness in mm
  • CNC
  • Type of CNC

Main manufacturers  

In our catalogue, Exapro has some of the top machines manufacturers, including
Amada cutting machines, Trumpf cutting machines, Bystronic cutting machines and many others. With Exapro, You can find these used machines for an affordable price.
Exapro currently has more than 350 laser cutting machines.

Don’t hesitate to check our online catalogue for laser machines and many other kinds of equipment. You can also contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions.

For an example of how laser cutting machines work, you can check out the video of the Amada LC 3015 X1 NT - AS LUL X1:



Start to find your used laser cutting machine for sale !