Tube Laser Cutting Designed with Flexibility, Capability and Machine Layout available now at a competetive cost for every business
BALLIU Machine Tool Company (MTC) in Belgium incorporates users fabrication experience into every element of all machines that are built. From the repetitious to the complex requests from fabricators and steel processing business, BALLIU MTC machines confidently deliver. The machines are employed in all segments of laser cutting and welding that represent the first and the most important stage in a modern production process.
Balliu Machine Tool Company tube laser cutting machine is designed with flexibility in capability and machine layout so any machine will integrate into a current workshop layout whilst complementing existing capabilities.
Specialist Machinery Sales is rapidly becoming a leader in tube laser cutting technology. Email us for your free information pack or visit our Steel Beam Assembly & Welding page here.
Click the links below to see tube laser cutting time studies for various profiles and performance outcomes. The following evidence based metrics will assist your workshop calculations for capacity increase, schedule improvement, quality improvements, man-hours redeployed in manual manufacture/fabrication plus machine utilization and ROI in less than 2 years!
- Tube laser cutting sample 1 rectangle 35×15 with radius 4mm
- Tube laser cutting sample 2 – 6 parts per tube with 10mm scrap between each part
- Tube laser cutting sample 3 – 21 parts per tube with 11 second cycle time each & 314 parts per hour
- Tube laser cutting sample 3 – 3 pieces with 18 pierces
- 100 part tube laser cutting sample with 30 seconds material handling per tube
- 50mm diameter with 23 parts per 6m tube time study of 5 seconds per part
- 36mm diameter with 69 parts per tube tie study per tube 26 minutes or 6.25 hours for the project
- 36mm diameter with 8000 mm/min per slot @ 2.31 seconds each
- Time study for 20 tubes processing 1020 parts
- Part catcher speed 15,000mm/sec with time study of 4 seconds per part