Laser Beam Delivery 50mm Series : 50mm Laser Beam Adapters, Clamps, Mounts, Beam Tubes

 

 

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50mm Laser Beam Adapters, Clamps, Mounts, Beam Tubes

Clamp Mount Beam Tube Coupler : TC-50

Haas part number TC-50 shown below. Download technical drawings for each stock part number on the right. Download free Adobe PDF reader and SolidWorks Viewer on the left.

 

TC-50 Specifications

 

Beam Tube Coupler (TC-50) Part Numbering

TC-50 : Clamp Mount Beam Tube Coupler


Beam Tube: B-50

Haas part number B-50-0300 shown below. Laser Beam Delivery Tubes are high-grade anodized aluminum tubes that provide sealed containment of the laser beam path. Use Beam Tube Couplers on both ends to ridgidly mount beam tubes to complete the laser delivery system.

Beam Delivery Tube (B-50) Part Numbering Anatomy

B-50 dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part #

Tube Length *
0100 : 100mm
0300 : 300mm
0600 : 600mm
1200 : 1200mm
1800 : 1800mm

 *Custom Lengths 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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