For textile cutting operations, projected laser light patterns aid in closely nesting parts to get the maximum out of each piece of raw material. The Laser Projector System allows the operator to see the relationship of the cutting tool path to the materials edges helping to make the most of all available material.
The projected patterns show where any irregularities in the material will fall with respect to the finished pieces so that part blanks can be rotated or positioned to minimize the impact of any defects. The patterns also show finished part orientation in relation to the materials grain or color pattern to help operators make the best choices when orienting the material prior to cutting.
For continuous cutting operations on long feed tables, Laser projected patterns help to position the rolls of material being fed into the cutter and make it easier to maintain alignment of the material as it is being fed out.
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