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Nozzle Design and Assistant-Gas Flow Analysis in the Co2 Laser Cutting
This paper investigates the nozzle design and assistant-gas analysis. By some experiments, we present important date and some conclusions about the significant parameters of the laser.
Key wordslaser cutting nozzle kerf
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