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When it comes to laser cutting of sheet metal, we are talking about 2D laser cutting. This involves cutting using heat beams generated by a laser/resonator. The heat causes the metal to melt and consequently to cut.
Whereas sheet metal cutting used to be considered a very time-consuming process, this is no longer the case with the use of lasers.
The advantages are mainly high precision and cutting speed. It focuses on a very small point, so the tolerance in laser cutting is also very small.
Laser cutting of sheet metal is carried out on different types of sheet metal. These are:
– steel up to 20 mm,
– stainless steel up to 10 mm,
– aluminium up to 8 mm,
– brass up to 5 mm,
– copper up to 5 mm.