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NTC Laser and Komatsu America Industries LLC are joining forces in North America. Both companies are subsidiaries of Komatsu America Corp., based in Rolling Meadow, IL. Going forward, Komatsu America Industries LLC/NTC Laser will become the sole source for all laser products in North America.

According to sources at both companies, the aim of the move is to provide improved sales and service support as well as new and innovative products to meet future customer needs.

Komatsu Americas Industries LLC/NTC Laser will continue to provide high quality and reliable 3 and 5-axis laser processing machines for virtually all fabrication needs. That lineup includes the TLM Series of 5-axis, 3-dimensional laser systems ideal for cutting complex contours and shapes; the TLV Series 3-axis hybrid machines for large and wide workpieces; the TLX Series high-power 3-axis in cantilever and gantry configurations; and the TLH 5-axis fiber laser system. Each of the models feature high speed, flexibility and accuracy as their hallmark, and can accommodate a variety of workpiece configurations and sizes.

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