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Trumpf Fibre Laser & STOPA

Posted On 1 May 2018

 GCI Group have made a significant investment in new technology & machinery to ensure we are at the forefront of the laser cutting industry, let us introduce the STOPA automated storage system and the new Trumpf 8KW fibre laser. This new equipment has more than doubled the laser cutting capacity of the GCI group! We now have automated sheet metal storage connected to our 4x flat bed laser cutting machines.

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 This new 8KW Trumpf fibre laser provides efficiencies few in the industry can provide, what this means for our clients is competitive pricing and fast processing times.

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We can also now laser cut brass & laser cut copper, this is especially requested in the electrical switchboard industry. 

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