LaserStar Technologies Introduces New 3900 Series FiberStar Laser Cutting System

LaserStar Technologies, a leading manufacturer of laser welding, marking, engraving and cutting sources and integrated systems, announced that they introduced their new 3900 Series FiberStar Laser Cutting System at this weeks’ IMTS Show in Chicago, IL. “Our FiberStar Laser Cutting System provides users with an excellent tool to create dimensionally accurate laser cuts for a wide range of materials,” says James E. Gervais, President and C.O.O. "Complex custom designs, intricate patterns and custom one-of-a-kind parts can all be achieved with LaserStar's New Laser Cutting System."

FiberStar Laser Cutting Systems offer a significant competitive advantage for today’s marketplace while producing high quality, dimensionally accurate laser cuts for a widerange of industrial applications. The state-of-the-art, fully integrated fiber laser source provides excellent beam quality while producing many years of reliable performance.  The cutting system offers a programmable 4-Axis CNC system controller, integrated computer with Windows operating software, integrated chiller, chamber exhaust with material filter capture, and G-Code programming software.

The highly flexible, all-purpose 3900 Series provides superior edge quality, tight dimensional tolerances and precision cut patterns on a wide range of metal, plastic and ceramic materials.  Designed to the highest standards of reliability, repeatability, and user safety, all FiberStar cutting systems offer a factory sealed, maintenance free laser source.

FiberStar Cutting Systems are ideal for a wide range of complex alloys and applications including:

  • Medical Device and Instruments
  • Aerospace and Electronics
  • Automotive and Micro Components
  • Tool & Die Components
  • Jewelry (Gold, Silver, Platinum, Titanium)
  • Prototyping Components
  • Complex Industrial Alloys
  • Ceramics and Plastics

LaserStar Technologies Corporation is a world leader in compact, high power laser welding, marking and cutting systems. Founded in 1957, the company offers a wide range of laser sources and system solutions for a variety of applications and industries. LaserStar has its headquarters in Riverside, RI and has additional facilities in Orlando, FL and Pasadena, CA.

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