LASER CUTTING

Laser Cutting Machine works on the principle by heating the material at the focal point of the focused laser beam above its melting point. The resulting molten material is ejected either by a coaxial gas jet or the induced vapor pressure, thus forming the cut kerf.

Our product range includes Laser Cutting Machine, Metal Laser Cut, Laser Cutting Machinery and many more. Laser cutting is applied for different kinds of materials like Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, and Aluminum etc. where it require precise, fast and force-free processing. Lasers create narrow kerfs and thus achieve high-precision cuts. Compared to alternative techniques like die cutting, laser cutting is cost-efficient already for small-batch production.

What Materials Can We Laser Cut?

  • Mild Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Silver

How Does Laser Cutting Work?

In simple terms, laser cutting uses a high energy infra-red laser beam to cut a wide range of materials. A focusing lens concentrates all of the energy from the laser onto a single point on the material, causing it to melt rapidly – assist gases are then used to expel the molten material. These assist gases can include oxygen, nitrogen and argon – and the most appropriate gas is typically chosen based on the type of material that is being cut.

It’s a popular choice for many businesses due to its extremely high level of accuracy, speed, and relatively low cost. It’s also hugely efficient for many cutting projects as absolute consistency can be achieved across a wide range of materials. The technology found in many of the newer machines is impressive, and means that materials like high carbon steel can be cut as easily as mild steel.