This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to provide you with our services, enhance the performance and functionality of our services, analyze the use of our products and services, and assist with our advertising and marketing efforts.

Cookie Policy   Privacy Notice

Knowledge center by Tags

All articles using the tag "Laser".

How does the laser process work?

The CO2 laser cutting process uses a focused laser beam and assist gas to sever metallic plate with high accuracy and exceptional process reliability. The laser beam is generated by a resonator, and delivered through the cutting nozzle via a system of mirrors.

Read more

Posted in Cutting Systems , Tagged with Laser



What Is The Best Way To Cut Steel Plate

There are many ways to cut mild steel plate, some of which are suited for automation some are not. Some are suited for thinner plate, some for thicker. Some are fast, some are slow.

Read more

Posted in Cutting Systems , Tagged with Laser, Plasma, Process, Waterjet



How Does Laser Cutting Work?

Lasers are used for many purposes. One way they are used is for cutting metal plates. On mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum plate, the laser cutting process is highly accurate, yields excellent cut quality, has a very small kerf width and small heat affect zone, and makes it possible to cut very intricate shapes and small holes.

Read more

Posted in Cutting Systems , Tagged with Laser, Process



What is cutting kerf?

Kerf is defined as the width of material that is removed by a cutting process. It was originally used to describe how much wood was removed by a saw, because the teeth on a saw are bent to the side, so that they remove more material than the width of the saw blade itself, preventing the blade from getting stuck in the wood.

Read more

Posted in Cutting Systems , Tagged with Laser, Oxy-Fuel, Plasma, Process, Waterjet



What is the best value – plasma, laser, or waterjet?

A customer recently posed that question, a very good question with a lot of possible different answers. The best "value" in a machine depends on what is most "valuable" to you! Some of the things you might value the most would be cost to purchase the machine, operating cost, cut quality, cut part precision, or production rate. So let’s take a quick look at some of the differences between these three cutting processes and compare how they might rate.

Read more

Posted in Cutting Systems , Tagged with Laser, Plasma, Waterjet



x

Find the Closest Distributor

x

x

Loading..