Laser Beam Delivery 38mm Series : 38mm Laser Beam Adapters, Clamps, Mounts, Beam Tubes

 

 

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38mm Laser Beam Adapters, Clamps, Mounts, Beam Tubes

38mm Telescopic Beam Tubes

BTS-38 Telescopic Beam Tubes

Telescopic Beam Tubes are typically used when a part of the delivery system is attached to a translating axis. The BTS has a telescopic internal spring tube to ensure protection from misaligned beams and provide protective coverage of vertical and horizontal laser beams on laser cutting machines.

Haas part number BTS-38-300-070-H shown above. Download technical drawings for each stock part number on the right. Download free Adobe PDF reader and SolidWorks Viewer on the left.

 

BTS-38 Specifications

 

Telescopic Beam Tubes (BTS-38) Part Numbering Anatomy

BTS-38 dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part # dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part #
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Extended - Closed Length
300-070
600-085
 
Orientation
V
H
             

 

Additional options available upon request

We would be happy to discuss a custom designed solution that's right for any project, large or small. For additional information, contact a Haas Laser Technology sales representative today. (973) 598-1150

 

** Specifications subject to change without notice. Consult a Haas Laser Tech engineer for the latest specification changes or any additional assistance. **

 


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