Electric heating – Metal heating – By arc
83175, 219121LN, 225 935, B23K 1500
A bundle of articles having at least one small dimension are cut in succession. Tension is developed on the top article of the bundle. Heat is applied rapidly to a seam of the top article to be cut. The separated parts of a top article are withdrawn from the path of the beam and the next article is exposed to the heat.
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R. J. Churchill, "Laser Cutting of Amorphous Alloys", Conference Proceedings: Computer-Based Factory Automation, 11th Conf. on Prod. Res. & Tech., Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 5/21-23/84; pp. 226-232, published by Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
Douglas Thomas E.
Frischmann Peter G.
Taub Alan I.
Albritton C. L.
Davis Jr. James C.
General Electric Company
Rochford Paul E.
Webb II Paul R.
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