Laser Cutting Technology

The carbon dioxide (CO2) laser machine generates an infrared beam of light, which is then reflected via a series of mirrors to ultimately vaporize the material. The cut edge that is produced is of a high quality and the kerf (cutting thickness) of the laser beam is approximately 0.1MM!

Vector formatted design drawings are created within CAD software. This file data is then transferred to a CNC operated laser cutter, this design and production method is jointly known as CAD/CAM and produces a very high accuracy in the manufacturing tolerances.