Laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to slice materials. It is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications. Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser through mirrors or fiber to the machine cutting head. The focused laser beam is directed at the material, which then either melts, burns vaporize away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish. CNC (computer numerical control) is used to control the movement of the cutting head to perform cutting of material according to the required pattern. Commonly there are 2 types of laser sources: CO2 laser and fiber laser.
CO2 laser cutting works by focusing a high-intensity infrared laser beam through a series of mirrors and out through a nozzle. While it's a traditional cutting method, several features of the CO2 laser drive its continued popularity for industrial welding and cutting.
CO2 cutting is best for fine features and acute angles, and normally uses two axes to create the cut. With the advances in technology, quality and control, the CO2 laser delivers smooth cut edge quality.
|Shape||Profile & Rectangle|
|Material||Mild Steel & Carbon Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Thickness||0.5mm ~ 25.0mm||0.4mm ~ 20.0mm|
|Effective Cutting Width||2,050mm|
|Effective Cutting Length||6,250mm|
Fiber laser has recently gained popularity in the metal cutting industry. The laser beam is created by an active fiber and transmitted over a transport fiber to the machine cutting head. Fiber lasers are significantly smaller than CO2 lasers giving them faster-cutting speed and better output.
Fast and precise cutting for maximising productivity while achieving cost efficiency.
|Material||Max Cutting Thickness|
|Effective Cutting Width||2,600mm|
|Effective Cutting Length||8,105mm|
Fiber Laser Cutting
Automatic Loading & Unloading System