CNC Laser Cutting Services

Laser cutting is one of sheet metal profiling processes that directs a high-power laser through optics to cut materials for industrial applications.
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Applications for Laser Cutting

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Tooling Parts

Because Laser Cutting can be
applied to virtually any material, it is
perfect for rapid tooling, i.e.,
creating fixtures or molds.

NPI Prototyping Parts

The range of materials available,
low cost per unit, and speed of
production makes Swiss CNC
Machining a great option for
prototyping.

Production Parts

High-quality finish, vast material
options and precise tolerances have
made Swiss CNC Machining a
favorable technology for end-use parts.

Laser Cutting for Industrial Applications

Manufacturers producing complex, critical, and precision products rely on Laser Cutting capabilities to
deliver the parts needed at the highest quality, greatest speed, and best comparable price.

Working with experienced and certified Laser Cutting shops provides a wide range of manufacturers, in a
variety of industries, with the high-quality components required.

What is Laser Cutting technology?

Laser Cutting is a method for transforming a 2D file into a physical object. This technology can be performed on different materials such as plastic, wood and cardboard. Laser Cutting involves cutting the material with a highly accurate laser that focuses on a small area of material. It can cut it with a thickness up to 10mm. There are different types of lasers which can be pulsed or continuous. At SyncFab we use continuous laser cutters that can cut all types of materials with a higher speed than the pulsed laser cutters can.

An Overview of Laser Cutting

The Basics Of Laser Cutters

Laser cutters are CNC machines that use a thin, high-powered laser beam to cut materials. The process is most often used in industrial manufacturing. Laser cutters are commonly used for quality welding and to cut industrial sheet metal, but laser cutters can also be used for other materials from composites to rubber, glass, wood, and aluminum.

How Laser Cutters Work

Laser focusing optics are used to direct electrical energy into a high-density light beam, and CNC is used to manage either the workpiece or the laser beam. The material processed by the laser cutter is then melted, burned, vaporized, or blown away by a jet of oxygen or nitrogen.

Why Use Laser Cutting For Your Parts?

Laser cutting offers several advantages over traditional mechanical cutting or CNC machining processes, including quicker production, decreased contamination of the workpiece, and reduced chance of warping. Laser cutting produces clean cuts and has a small chance of operator error making them great for fast prototyping.

Laser Cut Metal General Tolerances

Description
General Tolerance
Distance Dimensions
For features of size (Length, width, diameter) and location (position, concentricity, symmetry) +/- 0.010” is typical. Material length and thickness may affect tolerances.
Thickness Dimension
Thickness tolerances are determined by the material blank.
Minimum Recommend Part Size
1.000″
Minimum Feature Size
2X material thickness with a minimum of 0.062″
Edge Condition
Laser cut parts will have a matte, vertical striation on the edges.

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