Amada LC 667

An upgrade from the Amada LC 644, the Amada LC 667 has a bigger working range which is important if you handle larger sheet metal parts.

Powered at 3500 watts, the CO2-laser has a priciple of CO2 laser with fixed optic. The LASMAC 667 has a large working range at 1830x1525 millimeters.

Amada LC 667

Amada was Japan's first manufacturer that created a sheet metal laser cutting machine. The LC series certainly helped them became a staple in CNC machines for the world.

The X/Y Axis positioning speed are each at 24 meters per minute, and can also do simultaneous axis speed as well.

Software for sheet metal developed by Merry Mechanization is very powerful and works very well with the Amada LC667 CNC laser machine.

Machine Specifications

Laser Properties
Laser power: 3500W
Laser principle: Fixed optic
Working range (Y-Axis): 1525 mm
Positioning speed (Y-Axis): 24 m per minute
Laser type: CO2-Laser
Working range (X-Axis): 1830 mm
Positioning speed (X-Axis): 24 m per minute
Cutting speed: 0 - 12 m per minute
Type: AF 3500i-C
Stability: ± 2.00 %
Duty range: 0 ~ 100%
Stability: ± 1.00 %
Laser source: AC HF excited, fast-flowing
Laser wave length: 10.6 µm
Lasergas consumption: 10 L per hour
Beam divergence: < 2 mm x mrad
Type: FANUC 6M
Display type: Monochrome display
Display size: 9"
Length: 6,325 mm
Height: 2,293 mm
Width: 3,710 mm
Weight: 9,500 kg

Specifications may vary. Manufacturers reserve the right to change the specs at any time without notice.