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Sheet Metal Processing News 04. Jan, 2013 0 Comments

Socios de DANOBAT Sheet Metal delante de las instalaciones de Elgoibar

DANOBAGROUP’s sheet metal processing division celebrates its 50th anniversary

DANOBAGROUP’s  Sheet Metal division celebrated last 21 December its fifty years manufacturing machines for sheet metal processing, currently focusing its activity on the manufacture of electric punching machines, punch+shear and punch+laser combination machines, automatic panel benders, fiber laser cutting machine and sheet metal flexible systems. Throughout these 50 years, the undergone evolution has been very […]

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Sheet Metal Processing News 05. Oct, 2012 0 Comments

Cable de fibra óptica en la máquina IRIS

Differences between fiber laser and laser CO2 (Part 2)

This week we set out another one of the major differences between laser cutting machines based on the fiber technology and those based on the CO2 technology, as it is the way in which the laser beam is transported. In the CO2 laser cutting machines the transport of the beam is carried out by means […]

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Sheet Metal Processing News 28. Sep, 2012 0 Comments

Cabezal de corte láser de la máquina IRIS

Differences between fiber laser and laser CO2 (Part 1)

One of the discussions or questions that people do today is whether to buy a laser cutting machine based on the fiber or on the CO2. DANOBAT bets on the fiber technology in it laser cutting machine model IRIS and in the punch+laser combination machine, model SILVER. Over the next few weeks will be described […]

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About Sheet Metal processing 31. Aug, 2012 0 Comments

Punzonadora combinada con láser SILVER

Why choosing a punch+laser combination machine?

As every technology, punching and laser cutting as sheet metal cutting method have their advantages and capabilities. The punching, as machining process, is capable of getting unique results. The tolerances obtained in the holes performed by punching are highly accurate due to the extremely tight matching of the punch to the die. Punching can also […]

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