What Is Laser Cutting?
Laser cutting is a precise method of cutting a design from a given material using a CAD file to guide it. It is a type of digital manufacturing technique known as "subtractive". It uses a large amount of energy generated by a laser, concentrated on a very small area, in order to cut or engrave a material.
Commonly used in the industry, laser cutting machines function from digital orders, based on the topographic information contained in a vector file. They cut or engrave the material plate in different locations, thus allowing an item's surface to be delineated and decorated.
What We Can Do In Laser Cutting?
Our 2D laser cutting services provide our customers with a cost-effective solution to cutting a variety of different metals in various different sizes and designs, from large basic shapes down to small intricate designs, meaning we can handle almost every job! Coupled with this, we’re able to provide further downstream savings for our clients with the implementation of simple design changes to incorporate tab and slot features, marking and etching.
Available Material On Laser Cutting Service
With our large flatbed laser cutting capacity, we’re able to handle small or large batch sizes, cutting profiles to your exact specifications on a range of materials including plastic, acrylic, mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium and so much more.
Tolerance On Laser Cutting Service
At Holy Precision, our industrial can process a variety of materials for your company with speed and precision. Depending upon the material, we can produce laser cut custom parts up to one inch thick or paper thin. With lightning fast cutting speeds, we can reduce cutting times significantly, thus reducing costs and cycle times. And our lasers can do this while maintaining most edge tolerances at +/- 0.005″ or better.
Available Sizes On Laser Cutting Service
The beds on our lasers can accommodate laser cutting metal sheets up to 5′ x 10′ in size. This allows for the use of full sheets of material for high volumes and optimal yields. After being cut by our lasers, the finished edge of most materials is acceptable for further manufacturing operations. This reduces secondary deburring costs. Our fabrication facilities can support both prototype and production volumes while maintaining the same high quality you should expect from your laser cutting supplier.
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