Access Machinery showcases the Baykal fiber laser at multiple open housesClick image to enlarge

Access Machinery held a multi-day open house to showcase the Baykal fiber laser cutting machine. Access Machinery, the Canadian distributor for the Turkish-built machine, debut the technology for the first time in Canada last year.

The Neo fiber laser cutting machine was on display at Matcom International in Vaughan. Irina Solovianenko, who handles sales and business development at Access Machinery, held three, two-day events to showcase the machine.

Emre Yakut, a Baykal engineer and Irina SolovianenkoClick image to enlarge

Samples cut on the Baykal fiber laserClick image to enlarge

She says there's a strong market for fiber laser cutting technology. "We are building the brand and to do this, we'll work with our customers and create showrooms at their facilities. As business grows, well begin to stock the machines but our main focus is to first build the brand. Baykal is well known in Ontario and our next steps are to establish the brand in Ontario, Central Canada and in BC."

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