Laser cutting

Description

During laser cutting the laser beam is focused with lenses in a cutting head to a focal spot size of a few tenths of a millimetre causing the metallic material to melt. The melted material is blown away downwards through a coaxial gas jet creating the kerf. Gases most commonly used with laser cutting are oxygen and nitrogen.

By moving the material or the cutting head during processing, it is possible to create two or three-dimensional shapes. The cutting head motion can, for example, be directed with CNC-controlled axes.

Characteristics

Material thickness in laser cutting Material thickness
Costs of laser cutting Costs
Accuracy in laser cutting Accuracy
Special features of laser cutting Special features Very large choice of materials

Materials

Metals

Sheets

Description
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminum
Dimensions
  • Max. Length: 3.000 mm
  • Max. Width: 1.500 mm
  • Max. Material thickness: 20 mm
Processing methods
  • To bend
  • Powder coating
  • Sample test report
  • Test report

Tubes

Description
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminium
Dimensions
  • Max. Tube length: 6.500 mm
  • Min. Enveloping circle: 10 mm
  • Max. Enveloping circle: 250 mm
  • Max. material thickness: 8 mm
processing methods
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminium
Plastics

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Woods

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Composites

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