What happens after the laser cut?

Feb 16, 2022

What happens after the laser cut?


After the laser cut, even the smallest pieces have the so-called cutting, that is, an almost imperceptible burr on the under edge.

It can become a genuine knife edge for those handling and maneuvering the piece, and in the case of noticeable burr, it is even unsightly. It needs to be removed!

The most effective method? The DT15 disc unit found on the eurosystem models and metal system of the DMC range.


Efficiency. The new single-row unit with 80 mm vertical brushes allows you to be effective in the same way on 100 mm pieces and even larger sizes.

Smooth. The vertical brushes counter-rotate and swing between each other, to guarantee greater smoothness and “cutting” performances.

Extractable. The unit is fully extractable to facilitate tool setting that better suits the specific application.

Rapid. The fast-attaching pivots allow you to remove and attach the brush in a record time of less than 5 seconds.

Adaptable. The rotation and swinging speed are adjusted using inverters to guarantee maximum work performances for each kind of tool and material.