Material Extrusion : Wood, Acryklic & Card-board

What Does Laser Cutting
Mean and How Does it Works?

Laser cutting is primarily a thermal process that uses a concentrated laser beam to melt material in a localized area. The molten material is ejected with a co-axial gas jet and a kerf is formed. A continuous cut is produced by moving, under CNC control, the laser beam or workpiece. Laser cutting comes in three major varieties: fusion cutting, flame cutting, and remote cutting.

High quality cut - no finishing
Ultra flexible - simple or complex parts
Non contact - no surface blemishing
Quick set up - small batches
Low heat input - small HAZ, low distortion
Lends itself to nearly all materials


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