Mazak’s Super Turbo X 612 High-Pro Supercharger Laser Cutter

By January 21, 2016 Article, Technology No Comments

Laser Cutting gives you substantial versatility, precision quality, and consistency at competitive costs:

A highly versatile process, laser cutting can be applied on simple to complex projects across a wide range of materials.

The process of laser cutting offers accurate results every time with the computer directed, high powered laser always following the exact specifications of the design file.

Cost Competitive:
Laser cutting uses less energy than plasma cutting, and is less prone to mistakes and wastage, providing all the benefits of versatility, accuracy, and consistency at competitive costs.

Steel .625” (5/8)
Aluminum .1875”
Stainless Steel .25”
Any metal typically involved in ship repair up to .50′′ plate
We can also cut wood and plastic

Technical Specifications of the Mazak Super Turbo X 612 High-Pro Supercharger Laser Cutter include:

Parameter Value
X Axis Stroke / Range 4160 mm / 163.8 in
Y Axis Stroke / Range 2020 mm / 79.5 in
Z Axis Stroke / Range 100 mm / 3.9 in


  • X & Y Axis
  • Z Axis

787 IPM984 IPM Max Load Capacity
11.8 kN / 2646 lbf Voltage 3 Phase
230 ~ 460 VRated Laser Output
2000 WLaser Model
CO2 Laser YB-L200B 7M
NC Unit MAZAK L-32
Machine Weight         186.3 kN / 41,888 lbf
4000 x 2000 x 19 mm /
Max Workpiece Size    157.5 x 78.8 x 0.75 in
Max. Material Thickness 5/8” Mild Steel

Other Features include:

  • Sequence Computer allows M-Code Program Activation and Manual Activation
  • Non-Contact Laser Head means the workpiece has to be only lightly clamped or positioned under the beam. Heavy jigging is not required
  • Orion Chiller to prevent overheating during continuous operations
  • Slug Conveyor System
  • Load / Unload:
  •     MAZAK CE612 VA Load / Unload Material Handling System
  • Clamps with Sensors for Load / Unload
  • Table for Loader with 50 mm Support Pitch
  • Suction Cup Loader & Rake Un-loader for Full Sheet Processing
  • Transformer
  • Auto Power OFF
  • Magnetic Floaters
  • Double Sheet Separator

Laser Systems: Characteristics & Types

Inherently, laser beams possess the following characteristics:

  • High Radiance or large power per unit area
  • High Focus or great alignment between the electric and magnetic components of light that creates a very coherent beam with large energy
  • Minimum Diffraction or least possible bending around sharp edged objects, a quality that enables it to preserve energy over distance
  • Monocromaticity or a beam of single color and frequency that is more focused than multicolor beams

Kemplon Engineering is a proud user of the Mazak Super Turbo X 612 High-Pro Supercharger Laser Cutter. We put the machine to great use with our professional approach to deliver highly personalized solutions. Mazak Super Turbo X 612 High-Pro Supercharger Laser Cutter performs nonstop cutting of numerous materials of various thicknesses with its constant beam-length delivery system. Kemplon Engineering uses this efficient and multifaceted CNC laser cutter to deliver accurate and customized services.

Capable of automatic operation, advanced features of the X 612 reduce set up time, minimize operation costs, and prevent operational failures thereby delivering sterling performance and great productivity.

Considerable cost and time savings result from the use of laser cutting in shipbuilding. Laser cut parts fit well within assemblies and minimize the time and cost overruns for re-welding inaccurately cut parts. The shipbuilding industry uses lasers for cutting:

  • lasers for cutting:
  • pipes, drains, and manholes
  • skeleton and skin of the vessel
  • hatches, block parts, and parts of stiffener plates

Laser Cutting Systems can be:

  • Galvanometer Systems use mirrors to control the trajectory (path) and angle of the laser beam for cutting speeds that can shoot up to 100 feet per minute. Such high speeds make these systems ideal for production of final parts
  • Gantry Systems cut material placed at right angles to the laser. These are slower and, therefore, the preferred option when making prototypes

Chief merits of the laser cutting process include:

  • High Precision & Positional Accuracy on account of contact-less cutting the use of CNC
  • Consistency achieved through a focused beam operated with automation
  • Reduced Work-Piece Contamination due to contact-less cutting
  • Cost Effective because laser cut parts are accurate and eliminate time and cost overruns associated with reworking inaccurately cut parts
  • Better Surface Finish and Edge Quality
  • Minimum Thermal Stress Zone in the work-piece
  • Complex Shapes can be cut
  • Cuts Materials Not Cut by Traditional Manufacturing Processes