Bodor has entered an exclusive partnership with Melbourne-based company Laser Machines in providing its comprehensive range to Australian users.

In the past 36 months, more than 50 Bodor laser systems have been installed within Australia by Industrial Laser, who will now be stepping back from system machinery sales and concentrating on assisting resellers and end users with high-level support for all brands of laser systems.

Laser Machines recognised Industrial Laser as a premium laser service provider with several laser field engineers, combined with Australia’s largest stock holding in laser consumables. The two companies have signed an agreement with Laser Machines utilising Industrial Laser’s local resources for the installation and support of all Bodor laser systems going forward.

Adam Kibel, Director of Laser Machines, said: “ This resource allows our customers to enjoy the very best service and after-sales support from a company that has been dedicated to this industry for over 20 years. I believe no company can look after laser users better than Industrial Laser, and we want the very best for our customers.We also have dedicated local Bodor factory engineers supporting our service partners.”

Miles Wang, Sales Director of Bodor Laser Australasia (also based in Melbourne), added: “It’s a great achievement reaching 50 laser installations in such a short time, and I would like to thank our customers for their support and trust in our product. We have a lot of cost-effective new innovations to help our customers be productive – anywhere from 1kW to 40kW, from sheet, tube, bevel cutting to automatic loading, we have you covered. Bodor is now firmly established within Australia, with a good reputation and great support network.”

Meanwhile, Laser Machines has also opened a new demonstration facility in Melbourne showcasing an array of new Bodor laser systems. Currently on display are the latest 9.2m tube cutting system, a twin-table enclosed sheet cutting machine, and various small-footprint high-speed systems employing the latest high-pressure air-cutting techniques.