LANTEK LAUNCHES EDGELINE BEVEL MODULE FOR LANTEK EXPERT CUT
The EdgeLine Bevel module powered by Lantek Expert Cut simplifies programming and streamlines CNC programming of modern TRUMPF cutting machines for more efficient laser machining.
Lantek, leading provider of software solutions for the sheet metal and manufacturing industries, has announced the launch of a new module for its Lantek Expert Cut nesting software.
The EdgeLine Bevel module is designed to streamline the CNC programming of modern TRUMPF cutting machines, providing a more efficient and simplified process for laser machining.
EdgeLine Bevel is powered by Lantek Expert Cut, which simplifies the programming of this advanced technology. The module is now available and promises to transform the process of preparing components for welding, bringing a new level of efficiency to the industry.
The EdgeLine Bevel technology is a major advancement in the field of laser machining, offering several key advantages over traditional methods. It allows specific beveling techniques to be performed without tilting the laser head, reducing overall processing time and eliminating the need for separate work centre processes. This results in a more efficient and streamlined process, bringing a higher level of efficiency and simplicity to the industry.
EdgeLine Bevel technology also has a significant impact on the preparation of components for welding. It enables the automatic insertion of chamfers and countersinks of various sizes up to 45°, providing a faster and more efficient process with fewer errors compared to traditional manual methods.
"We are delighted to launch the EdgeLine Bevel module for Lantek Expert Cut," said Mario Rodríguez, Product Manager of Lantek. "This technology represents a major advancement in the field of laser processing and will significantly improve the efficiency and convenience of the manufacturing process. We’re confident that our customers will appreciate the benefits of this module and that it will help them to stay ahead of the competition".