Coil-fed laser blanking lines.

Coil processing has been well established amongst press shops. This allows for identical high volumes products to be produced economically. When it comes to high flexibility for processing sheet metal, the laser is usually the clear favorite. Here, various small batches are produced quickly and efficiently from sheet metal. With consistently increasing laser speeds and more frequent changes to products, laser cutting from coil is becoming relevant for medium batch sizes. Laser cutting systems fed via strip material offer significantly higher machine run times than traditional cutting systems processing sheet metal. The integrated ARKU precision and high-performance leveler guarantees process reliability and flat materials. With our coil-fed laser blanking line, you can now increase your coil processing flexibility and benefit from the following advantages:

  • Continous material feeding
  • Material cost savings of up to 30%
  • Tooling cost savings
  • Lower installation costs and reduced space requirements

ARKU can digitally lay out the coil-fed laser blanking lines according to your individual requirements. An ARKU coil-fed laser blanking line is available for test runs at the TRUMPF customer center in Neukirch, Saxony (Germany).

ARKU coil-fed laser blanking line in the TRUMPF customer center in Neukirch, Saxony (Germany).

Additional information.


Johannes Decker

Johannes Decker
Sales Coil lines
T: +49 7221 5009-50


Success stories.

"Since we have begun producing with the new system, we work on one shift instead of two.” - Karl-Heinz Hofmann, Line Manager at Viessmann. More about customers’ successful use of our machines:

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Why leveling?

Internal stresses and unevenness adversely affect your parts and sheets during subsequent processing. Find out what happens when unleveled parts are processed and why leveling is so important.

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Coil Cut to Length Lines

We design efficient and reliable strip cutting systems to meet your requirements. Slitting and coil cut-to-length lines are also available with edge trimming, punching or stamping.

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