Universal’s VLS4.60 is a free-standing platform offering a spacious work area and the ability to quickly adjust laser power. Designed and engineered for light manufacturing and prototyping, the VLS4.60 is a single laser platform that offers a choice of six laser cartridges ranging in power from 10-60 watts.
The VLS freestanding laser platform is also equipped with Universal’s patented Rapid Reconfiguration technology, so laser sources can be installed, removed and exchanged in seconds without the use of tools. The increased workspace, power and flexibility of the VLS4.60 freestanding laser platform make it a good choice for growing businesses.
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VLS4.60 Laser Benefits
Multi-Material – Process an endless number of materials available today and in the future.
On Demand – Produce everything you need in real time, without waiting for hard tooling.
Software Controlled – The laser can be controlled by any software with a print function.
Multi-Process – Cut, engrave, mark, and produce photo images in one step.
Non Contact – Modify material without applying any physical force.
VLS4.60 System Specifications
Laser Material Processing Area (W x H) – 24 x 18 in (813 x 457 mm)
Maximum Part Size (W x H x D) – 29 x 23 x 9 in (940 x 584 x 229mm)
Overall Dimension (W x H x D) – 36 x 38 x 36 in (1118 x 991 x 914 mm)
Rotary Capacity – Max Diameter 8 in (203 mm)
Motorized Z Axis Lifting Capacity – 40 lbs (18 kg)
Standard Focusing Lenses – 1.5 in (38 mm), 2.0 in (51 mm) *standard, 2.5 in (64 mm), 4.0 in (102 mm)
Laser Platform Interface Panel – Five button keypad
Computer Requirements – Requires a dedicated PC to operate. , Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 32/64 bit.
PC Connection – USB 2.0
Optics Protection – Air Assist Optional
Cabinet Style – Floor-Standing
Laser Options – 10, 25, 30, 40, 50, and 60 Watts
Weight – 270 lbs (122 kg)
Power Requirements – 110V/10A, 220V-240V/5A
Exhaust Requirements – One 4 in (102 mm) port, 250 CFM @ 6 in static pressure (425 m3/hr at 1.5 kPa)