Amada LC 667 II

The Amada LASMAC LC 667 II is among the first sheet metal laser cutting machines created by Japan's manufacturer Amada.

The laser is powered at 3,500 watts with the laser type being CO2-Laser. The X/Y working range for the CNC machine is 1000x1000 millimeters.

Amada LC 667 II

The cutting speed ranges between 0 and 12 meters per minute. The positioning speed for the X Axis and Y Axis is 24m per minute.

Amada's CNC laser cutting system, LASMAC 667 II, is very effective when using NC code produced by SMP/IS.

If you're looking into the LC series from Amada, be sure to look at the Amada LC 667.

Machine Specifications

Laser Properties
Laser power: 1000 Watts
Laser principle: CO2 laser with fixed optic
Working range (Y-Axis): 1,525 mm
Positioning speed (Y-Axis): 40 m per minute
Laser type: CO2-Laser
Working range (X-Axis): 3,660 mm
Positioning speed (X-Axis): 40 m per minute
Cutting speed: 0 - 12 m per minute
Type: OLC-1000P
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: 5,380 mm
Height: 2,182 mm
Width: 3,710 mm
Weight: 8,870 kg

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