Laser cutting is one of many laser processes that have noticed a much more widespread use over recent years. Many of the laser processes have similar benefits and applications, and as one laser machine can perform multiple processes, it can be hard knowing exactly which one could be right for your business.
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Laser cutting is the process of precisely cutting or engraving a material using focused high-powered laser beam, directed by CNC (Computer Numerically controlled) machine from a CAD vector file.
Steel, stainless steel and aluminum are the very common used material, sometime
Including plastic, cloth. The shape of these materials are set, with 0.2-28mm thickness.
The laser beam is a column of very high intensity light, of a single wavelength, or color. In the case of a typical CO2 laser, that wavelength is in the Infra-Red part of the light spectrum, so it is invisible to the human eye. The beam is only about 3/4 of an inch in diameter as it travels from the laser resonator, which creates the beam, through the machine’s beam path. It may be bounced in different directions by a number of mirrors, or “beam benders”, before it is finally focused onto the plate. The focused laser beam goes through the bore of a nozzle right before it hits the plate.
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