If you own a laser there’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard of fibre lasers.
MBA Engineering naturally progressed from a service provider into buying and selling 2nd hand Bystronic Lasers, after all we can carry over that high quality service to the second hand market, offering the highest quality 2nd hand lasers.
However Fibre lasers are taking over. On average manufacturers offering CO2 and fibre lasers are selling 70:30-80:20 split of fibres over CO2. They also predict the fibre laser will be the end of the CO2 laser.
To that end we wanted to offer a fibre solution to our customers, but not just any fibre laser, the fastest Fibre Laser in the world, Kimla
When we first started were focused on the production of electronics and control systems for CNC machines. However, it quickly became clear that the creativity and potential of our employees and equipment allowed us to tackle more complex projects, so soon we started the production of machines with a much greater technical advancement, exceptional performance and speed.
Currently Kimla machines are offering all the available technological possibilities. Our bespoke machines are the result of our long history in the industry combined with knowledge, experienced staff and strong innovative designs.
As we pride ourselves on being one of the leaders in the industry, having installed more than 2500 machines to customers’ companies globally, we are constantly developing and seeking new solutions to customer demands. KIMLA machines achieve industry-leading performance at prices which are significantly lower than those offered by reputable companies elsewhere in the world.
We are continually advancing our CNC technologies and increasing their parameters raising the bar for quality and performance in the industry. This is possible thanks to the expansion of our plants with several new production facilities and information and technology infrastructure.
Kimla are the world’s first company to integrate a printing system to mark the details before they are cut. You no longer need to manually mark the details after they have been cut. Before cutting a special print head will print descriptions on the details which will be cut out of the sheet metal. All the details after they are cut will now be easily identified: