Sheet metal fabrication is one of the primary industrial manufacturing techniques. As such, sheet metal laser cutting appears to be one of the go-to procedures. Laser cutting fabrication uses a high-power beam of light (laser) to cut out flat and thin sheets of metals. The process is directed by optics and computer numerical control (CNC) technology, which accounts for the high precision of laser cut parts.
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Fiber lasers were first produced in the 60s, but not until the late 80s before they hit the commercial market. The 1990s is regarded as the golden age of laser tech – as it gave way to many high-power lasers, like the solid-state lasers that vastly improved efficiency and productivity. By the early 2000s, laser cutting services were now a widely accepted manufacturing technique used by several industries, such as the automotive and aerospace industries.
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The materials that the laser can cut materials like wood, paper, cork, and some kinds of plastics. Etching can be done on almost anything, wood, cardboard, aluminum, stainless steel, plastic, marble, stone, tile, and glass.
Excellent cut edge and surface quality Increased productivity through automation, as well as process expertise and smart systems engineering
Efficient material use with premium parts for optimum service life Stable processes through robust product design in combination with reliable process monitoring district people.