CNC Routers

Delivery

All Olympus and Pegasus 1313, 1325 and 1530 CNC router deliveries are by a 7.5-ton vehicle, and a forklift is required to offload. Where a forklift is unavailable, we can organise a hiab, but this does incur an additional cost.

All Olympus and Pegasus 2030, 2040 and 2060 CNC machines are delivered by a hiab vehicle, so no forklift is required.

Once offloaded, two pallet trucks are used to position the machine into the desired location. We can supply the pallet trucks if required.

Installation

Our experienced engineers will carry out the complete installation for all of the Olympus and Pegasus ATC routers. We will send over the relevant electrical requirements at the point of order, which will need to be in place before the installation. We can also offer advice regarding the electrics if required.

The installation of all Olympus and Pegasus CNC routers generally take one day.

Training

We include VCarve Pro with each of our CNC routers as standard. We also offer Aspire by Vectric as an upgrade for those 3D designs. We can also configure interfaces for additional software such as Fusion 360, Inventor and Artcam with all of our Olympus and Pegasus CNC routers. 

One of our experienced engineers carries out the training with individual customer requirements at the forefront. 

Training generally takes between half a day and a full day, depending on customers’ knowledge. The training will be complete once the customer is confident in all aspects of the software. 

We also offer additional training as a follow-up should the need arise.

Laser Cutters

Delivery

Once in position, the Oculus CO2 laser machine installations have a much quicker turnaround than CNC routers. They also only require a household socket. During the installation, our engineer can explain to you how to replace the tube for future reference and also explain the importance of mirror and lens alignment. An experienced and friendly Opus engineer will complete the installation, which takes around a few hours.

Installation

All Oculus benchtop laser cutters and free-standing lasers, except the Oculus 1512, are delivered by our engineers and taken into the desired location. The Oculus 1512 free-standing lasers need a forklift to offload due to their large size. All flatbed lasers are delivered by a 7.5-ton curtainsider and require a forklift to be offloaded. All Oculus free-standing and flatbed laser cutters have castors to allow the machines to be moved into position.

Training

The Oculus laser machines are straightforward to use. Therefore, no previous knowledge is necessary. The engineer will guide you through the processes and procedures and will ensure you have all of the skills you will need to run your machine optimally and confidently.
Training generally takes between 2 hours and a half a day. We also offer additional training should the need arise.

Oculus Fibre Lasers

Installation

Prior to installation, we will explain the requirements needed for all Oculus Fibre laser cutters. Oculus Fibre lasers require oxygen and nitrogen, which can be purchased from BOC before delivery.

Taking two days, our professional engineers will carry out the entire installation.

Delivery

The full range of Oculus Fibre laser cutting machines are delivered by a curtainsider.

Once offloaded, two pallet trucks are used to position the machine into the desired location. We can supply the pallet trucks if required.

Training

We provide extensive training which we tailor around each customers’ ability and requirements. The training is divided into three sections, Machine, Software and Housekeeping.

From the final training, operators will feel confident and capable, and that is due to our engineer’s experience and their supportive attitude.