Laser welding and cutting are used in a variety of industries including: Automotive, Aerospace, Furniture, Sensor, Food Preparation, Consumer Goods.
Dissimilar Metals Joining
Low Weld Cost per Unit
High Production Rates
Improved Joint Appearance
Low Heat Input - Minimal HAZ (Heat Affected Zone)
Precision beam quality and high processing speeds combined with no electrode wear results in increased productivity and efficiency. Laser welding offers a consistent result due consistent beam quality and repeatability of CNC controls in the weld process.
Acrylics / Plastics
High Cut Quality - Little or No Secondary Finishing
No Tool Wear
CNC Controls Provide Accuracy
Low Operating Costs
Superior Edge Quality
Cleaner Process with Less Debris
Flame / Fire Polished Edge
A focused laser beam is able to cut through thin sheet metal, thick section metal up to 40mm and stainless steel up to 32mm oxide-free. Laser beams provides a smoother edge and better accuracy proven to be superior to plasma or oxy-fuel cutting, and at much higher speeds than water jet cutting.