Kitmondo, a premier marketplace for pre-owned industrial machinery, showcases an extensive selection of laser cutting machines designed to deliver precision and efficiency in metal fabrication. With prices ranging from €35,000 to €138,000, these machines accommodate diverse industry needs and budget constraints. Whether you're an established manufacturer or a newcomer to the metalworking sector, Kitmondo’s offerings provide a perfect balance of cost-effectiveness and high performance.

Laser cutting machines on Kitmondo excel in various industries, from automotive and aerospace to arts and crafts. Renowned for their precision, speed, flexibility, and ability to produce clean cuts with minimal material waste, these machines are sourced from global leaders such as TRUMPF, Amada, and Bystronic. Kitmondo ensures quality and reliability in every purchase.

When selecting a laser cutter on Kitmondo, consider crucial machine parameters like laser power, bed size, beam quality, and software compatibility. With a comprehensive range and stringent vetting process, Kitmondo is the go-to platform for professionals seeking efficient, cost-effective, and high-quality laser cutting solutions.

YAWEI YAWEI HLF-1530 FIBER LASER laser cutting machine

Year: 2017

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4000 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 25 mm

TRUMPF Trulaser 3030 laser cutting machine

Year: 2008

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3200 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 15 mm

Fiber Laser cutting machine DOMINANT CNC ADLT1530

Year: 2024

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes yes
Power 1500 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 13 mm

LVD Orion 3015 Plus laser cutting machine

Year: 2018

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 2500 W
Type CO₂
CNC no

TRUMPF Trumatic L6050 laser cutting machine

Year: 2006

Metal length 6000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 5000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

Fiber Laser combined cutting machine DOMINANT CNC ADLT1530 with pipe/tube cutter

Year: 2024

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes yes
Power 1500 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 13 mm

Fiber Laser tube cutter DOMINANT CNC ADTR0262 pipe cutter

Year: 2024

Metal length 6200 mm
Metal width 220 mm
Option to cut tubes yes
Power 1500 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 13 mm

Laser cutting machine Mitsubishi ML3015EX 45CF-R

Year: 2015

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4500 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 25 mm

TRUMPF TRUMATIC L2530 laser cutting machine Hot deal

Year: 2001

Metal length 2500 mm
Metal width 1250 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

Bodor C3T 3kW laser cutting machine Hot deal Low working hours

Year: 2023

Metal length 3050 mm
Metal width 1525 mm
Max thickness 20 mm
Power 3 W
Option to cut tubes yes
CNC no

Finn-Power L6 laser cutting machine

Year: 2009

Metal length 1500 mm
Metal width 3000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4000 W
Type CO₂
CNC no

Trotec Speedy 360 flexx laser cutting machine

Year: 2017

Metal length 813 mm
Metal width 508 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 120 W
Type CO₂
CNC no

TRUMPF Trulaser 1040 Fiber laser cutting machine

Year: 2021

Metal length 4000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3000 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 20 mm

TRUMPF TruLaser 3530 laser cutting machine

Year: 2008

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 4000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

SEI SPA X-Type 1610 laser cutting machine

Year: 2016

Metal length 1600 mm
Type Fiber
CNC no
Metal width 1000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
CNC type

Prima Power Platino 1530HS laser cutting machine Good value

Year: 2006

Metal length 3050 mm
Metal width 1525 mm
Max thickness 20 mm
Power 4000 W
Option to cut tubes no
CNC yes

Prima Industrie Platino 1530 3kW laser cutting machine

Year: 2007

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3000 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm

TRUMPF LoadMaster Universal loading unit

Year: 2015

Option to cut tubes no
CNC no
Max weight of the workpiece 900 kg
Max thickness 25 mm
CNC type

TCI CUTTING Smartline 4020 Fiber laser cutting machine

Year: 2022

Metal length 4000 mm
Metal width 2000 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3000 W
Type Fiber
Max thickness 20 mm

Trumpf TruLaser 3030 laser cutting machine Good value

Year: 2008

Metal length 3000 mm
Metal width 1500 mm
Option to cut tubes no
Power 3200 W
Type CO₂
Max thickness 20 mm


Laser Cutting Machines: Vital Tools in Metalworking - Presses/Forging Sector


Navigating the industrial machinery marketplace can be challenging, but laser cutting machines stand out as essential tools in the Metal - Presses/Forging sector. These machines offer unparalleled precision, efficiency, and speed, revolutionizing the industry.

Laser cutting technology has made significant advancements, becoming indispensable in metal fabrication. These machines use high-powered laser beams to cut through various materials, providing intricate designs with minimal waste. The non-contact nature of laser cutting reduces equipment wear and tear, lowering maintenance costs and extending machine lifespan. Smooth, burr-free edges often eliminate the need for further finishing processes.

Kitmondo is committed to facilitating seamless transactions and fostering lasting relationships between buyers and sellers of used industrial machinery. Laser cutting machines in the Metal - Presses/Forging category hold a prominent position, serving as the backbone for many industrial applications.

Investing in used machinery from Kitmondo offers numerous benefits. Our expansive marketplace connects professionals with a diverse range of machinery from trusted sellers worldwide. This ensures that whether you're looking for a specific brand, model, or unique specification, there's a high likelihood of finding a machine that fits your requirements.

Kitmondo provides an unmatched platform to reach a global audience of professionals. Our robust digital infrastructure and dedicated customer support make listing, presenting, and negotiating the sale of your equipment straightforward and efficient.

Both buyers and sellers benefit from Kitmondo’s streamlined processes. Our platform is designed with user experience at its core, ensuring that buying or selling machinery is not just a transaction but a smooth, efficient, and mutually beneficial experience. We understand the significance of machinery investments, and we strive to make the buying process transparent and simple.

While the initial investment for a laser cutting machine might be high, their durability, reduced waste, and increased speed make them a cost-effective choice in the long run. Moreover, opting for used machinery from a reputable marketplace like Kitmondo can significantly reduce the initial investment, making high-quality laser cutting more accessible. The price range for used laser cutting machines in the Metal - Presses/Forging sector on Kitmondo varies between €35,000 and €138,000, catering to different needs and budgets.

Whether you're looking to purchase a laser cutting machine or list one for sale, Kitmondo is the ideal marketplace. Our dedication to bridging the gap between buyers and sellers, combined with the advantages of laser cutting technology in the Metal - Presses/Forging industry, ensures that your industrial endeavors stay ahead of the curve. Explore the future of metalworking with Kitmondo today!

Main Advantages of Laser Cutting Machines
Laser cutting machines have transformed the manufacturing industry with their precision, efficiency, and versatility. Here are the primary advantages of laser cutting machines:

  1. High Precision: Achieve intricate designs and patterns with exceptional accuracy.
  2. Speed: Operate at high speeds, reducing production time and increasing efficiency.
  3. Consistency: Produce uniform parts with high repeatability.
  4. Flexibility: Easily switch between jobs with simple setting adjustments.
  5. Clean Cuts: Smooth, burr-free edges reduce the need for further finishing.
  6. Minimal Waste: High precision results in less material waste.
  7. Low Maintenance: Fewer moving parts reduce maintenance needs.
  8. Safe Operation: Enclosed systems minimize risk to operators.
  9. No Contact: Non-contact method reduces tool wear and tear.
  10. Versatility: Cut a wide range of materials, from metals to fabrics.
  11. Reduced Thermal Distortion: Localized heating minimizes material distortion.
  12. Complex Designs: Handle intricate geometric designs with ease.
  13. Digital Integration: Seamlessly transition from design to production with CAD compatibility.
  14. Low Operational Costs: Reduced operational and maintenance costs over time.

Main Machine Parameters of Laser Cutting Machines
Understanding the key parameters of laser cutting machines is essential for optimal operation:

  1. Laser Power: Measured in watts or kilowatts, determining energy output and cutting capability.
  2. Cutting Speed: Indicates the speed of the laser beam across the material, affecting cut quality and kerf width.
  3. Pulse Frequency: Number of laser pulses per second, impacting cut quality.
  4. Beam Diameter: Size of the laser beam, influencing cut precision.
  5. Focal Length: Distance between lens and material, affecting beam intensity and cut diameter.
  6. Gas Pressure/Type: Assist gases influence cut quality and speed.
  7. Nozzle Diameter: Size of the nozzle affects gas usage efficiency and cut quality.
  8. Standoff Distance: Gap between nozzle and material, impacting precision.
  9. Material Thickness: Determines required laser power and cutting speed.
  10. Kerf Width: Width of material removed during cutting.
  11. Feed Rate: Speed at which material is fed to the laser.
  12. Duty Cycle: For pulsed lasers, the active versus inactive time.
  13. Wavelength: Different lasers, like CO2 or fiber lasers, operate at different wavelengths for various materials.
  14. Laser Type: Source of the laser beam, such as CO2, Nd
     
    , or fiber laser.

These parameters ensure the efficiency, accuracy, and quality of the laser cutting process. Depending on the job and material, operators adjust these parameters to achieve optimal results.

Areas of Use
Laser cutting machines have diverse applications across various industries:

  1. Manufacturing & Heavy Industry: Producing parts for automobiles, airplanes, machinery, tools, and other hardware.
  2. Electronics: Creating precise components for electronic devices.
  3. Medical Devices: Crafting intricate parts for medical instruments.
  4. Textiles & Fashion: Cutting patterns into fabrics, leather, and other materials.
  5. Jewellery: Crafting detailed designs and customized engravings.
  6. Signage & Advertising: Producing signs, banners, and promotional items.
  7. Arts & Crafts: Creating sculptures, intricate paper art, models, and more.
  8. Construction: Producing custom fixtures, panels, and architectural elements.
  9. Packaging: Designing and producing custom packaging solutions.
  10. Furniture: Creating laser-cut designs in wood, metal, or other materials.
  11. Aerospace: Precision cutting for aerospace parts.
  12. Shipbuilding: Creating precise parts for ships.
  13. Engraving & Etching: Engraving designs onto materials like glass, wood, metal, and stone.
  14. Academia & Research: Prototyping, model-making, and various experimental applications.
  15. Food Industry: Precision cutting and engraving edible products like cakes or pastries.

The versatility and precision of laser cutting machines make them indispensable tools across numerous sectors, facilitating diverse applications and innovative designs.

Manufacturers of Laser Cutting Machines
Numerous manufacturers produce laser cutting machines, each known for specific strengths and technologies. Prominent manufacturers include:

  1. Trumpf: German manufacturer known for quality, precision, and durability.
  2. Bystronic: Swiss company producing high-quality laser cutting machines and automation solutions.
  3. Amada: Japanese manufacturer offering a broad spectrum of machine tools.
  4. Mazak Optonics: Specializes in laser processing machines.
  5. Prima Power: Italian company renowned for laser cutting machines and punching machines.
  6. Mitsubishi Laser: High-precision laser cutting machines from Mitsubishi.
  7. LVD Group: Belgian company known for laser cutting systems and press brakes.
  8. IPG Photonics: Produces fiber lasers and laser cutting systems.
  9. Cincinnati Incorporated: American company producing laser cutting machines, press brakes, and shears.
  10. Trotec Laser: Specializes in laser engravers, markers, and cutting machines.
  11. Epilog Laser: American company focusing on laser systems for engraving, cutting, and marking.
  12. Han's Laser: One of the largest laser equipment manufacturers globally.
  13. GF Machining Solutions: Swiss company producing a range of manufacturing equipment.
  14. Coherent: Provides lasers and laser-based solutions.
  15. Bodor Laser: Chinese manufacturer specializing in fiber laser cutting machines.

When considering a laser cutting machine, assess your specific requirements, budget, after-sales support, and the machine's compatibility with your tasks. Each manufacturer has distinct strengths and specialities, so thorough research and possible demos are beneficial before making a decision.

For an example of how laser cutting machines work, you can check out the video of the Amada LC 3015 X1 NT - AS LUL X1:

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