CNC Laser Cutting

CNC Laser CuttingCNC laser cutting is used to support product development, prototype manufacture, and production jobs for which the cost of full progressive die tooling is not supported by projected volume. Two CO2 laser cutters, 4000 Watt and 1800 Watt, are fully programmable and capable of producing highly complex shapes. These pieces are most often used as blanks to feed secondary forming presses or CNC brake presses, although the lasers are also used to produce flat components such as link arms. The equipment accepts sheet sizes up to 5 x 10 and can cut carbon steel up to 1.0 thick (0.50 for stainless steel, 0.375 for aluminum), as well as nylon and Delrin sheets up to 0.125″ thick. It also cuts and scribes wood. Rotary axis capability is available for tube-cutting and scribing.