LASER CUTTING – PROCESS REPEATABILITY

Laser cutting is currently the fastest and most modern method of metal cutting. Cutting out hard-to-reach places and profiles has become much easier since this method was first used. The focused light of the laser beam falling on the surface hits the cut element and heats its surface, which causes melting or evaporation. It is important to choose the right type of cut depending on the thickness of the material. Reactive cutting involves the use of an oxygen stream or a mixture containing oxygen and argon. Creating breaks in the material, i.e., using cracks, is a method that uses laser beams to bring the selected surface to an extremely high temperature, although the element does not heat up completely and thus the material does not deform. Another method of cutting is liquid cutting, in which argon or nitrogen is used to precisely clean the surface. It is a method used for metals made from high alloys like aluminium, titanium, and magnesium. Processing an element with a laser allows you to make highly detailed and profiled designs.

Many customers find laser cutting meets their needs. It is a perfect solution for those who care about fast implementation time and high-quality cutting. The finished element has perfectly cut shapes because the repeatability of laser cutting is 100 per cent. The final effect will surely satisfy even the most demanding customers, for whom the precision of execution is the most important factor. Another extremely important advantage of laser cutting is the maximum use of the material, achieved through the optimal arrangement of the cut elements. This is a huge advantage and allows you to minimise costs.

3D laser cutting enables the cutting of various shapes of pipes and profiles, which is often impossible to achieve using traditional mechanical cutting methods. Tubes and profiles are used in many industries: construction, aviation, aviation, agriculture, automotive, furniture, and many other everyday objects. The process, which is prepared in detail by specialists, runs precisely and efficiently. Thanks to the accuracy of the cut, each element looks identical and the edges are clean and smooth. After the finishing process, the elements do not require additional processing or corrections and are ready to use. It is the degree of repeatability, which is unrivalled, that determines the increasing popularity of the use of a fully automated laser cutting process. A properly carried out process equals the guarantee of error-free cutting of every element, even the most sophisticated and/or the smallest. In terms of accuracy and repeatability of the cut elements, no other method can match the laser. This process works perfectly when cutting various types of materials such as steel, aluminium, copper, metals, wood, and plastics.

The laser software guarantees cutting accuracy up to 0.01 mm and is characterised by the aesthetics and durability of the material. All kinds of engraved elements are resistant to abrasion, chemicals, and high temperatures, which is why this method is more and more often used for engraved objects such as plates, badges needed in hotels, restaurants, and many other public space facilities, and more. Engraved items look great, and flawless precision saves time and material. Laser cutting allows you to make an infinite number of items, maintaining all the details, even those with miniature details. A modern device, controlled by qualified and experienced employees, guarantees high precision and repeatability of the cut elements, which is why it is a method chosen by many companies that care about the accuracy and speed of order fulfilment.

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