Laser Technology

This segment from the 2017 MJSA Journal November issue is dedicated to metals, tools, software and more that aids jewelers and designers in their quest to create their masterpieces.  In this article we talk about Laser Technology.

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Laser Technology

CNC Laser Machining Centers

The CNC Laser Machining Centers are custom-built workstations for laser welding and laser cutting applications, allowing users to tailor the power and platform size to best meet their needs. Now available in three body sizes, the workstations are air cooled and offer a fiber engine laser and a programmable four-axis CNC system controller. In addition, the workstations feature an integrated computer with a Windows operating system and touchscreen interface as well as new proprietary laser machining software with DXF2, G-CODE Conversion software. Contact: LaserStar Technologies

Corp., One Industrial Court, Riverside, RI 02915; 1-401-438-1500; fax 866-516-3043; e-mail;


3901/3903 Series FiberStar CNC Laser Systems

Available in two sizes, these FiberStar CNC Laser Systems feature an interchangeable head that allows user to laser cut or laser weld a variety of metals, including gold, silver, platinum, and titanium. Featuring a four-axis CNC system controller, these benchtop units include an integrated computer with Windows operating system and ready-to-use LaserStar Motion FX Software. Suitable for cutting alloys up to 2 mm thick, the air-cooled system is available in 150, 300, and 450 watt models. Contact: LaserStar Technologies Corp., One Industrial Court, Riverside, RI 02915; 1-401-438-1500; fax 866-516-3043; e-mail;

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