CNC Laser Cutting Services
CNC Laser Cutting services are the most precise and accurate means to cut metals, enabling service providers to offer products that fit customers’ unique needs. CNC Laser Cutting machines can cut various materials, including mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and titanium. We also own the latest CNC sheet metal bending machine for CNC sheet cutting and CNC bending
We at RP Lasertech are equipped with the latest fiber technology of CNC steel cutting to cut all types of metals, such as Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Copper, Aluminium, Brass, and Titanium. We take pride in offering customized CNC laser cutting services to suit our client’s requirements on a timely and cost-effective basis, which adds value and eliminates “downstream manufacturing costs”. Be it a large or small CNC metal cutting project, intricate or simple requirements, or prototype or mass production wants; we guarantee the unmatched quality of the end product in all possible ways. Metal sheet CNC cutting at RP Lasertech is among the best services offered in India. If you are looking for CNC Laser Cutting Services, Contact RP Lasertech.
Applications of CNC Laser Cutting
- Advertising Industry
The laser cutting machine’s high speed and flexible cutting allow for the speed formation of numerous complex visuals, which is particularly popular in advertising.
- Automotive Industry
It is challenging to achieve precision when using other cutting techniques. The automotive sector can benefit from the fibre laser cutting machine’s benefit of good cutting quality and precision.
- Kitchenware Industry
With features like high speed, high precision, and the ability to realise customised and personalised product development, the laser cutting machine has won the love of kitchen manufacturers. It is suitable for cutting thin-plate stainless steel.
- Sheet Metal Industry
Before the invention of laser cutting equipment, large-scale cutting machines were typically utilised for cutting, which resulted in low-precision processed materials and exorbitant costs. However, production efficiency significantly increased after the invention of the laser cutting machine. As a result, this sector’s development of laser cutting technology is booming.
- Precise cutting and premium surface finish
- Proper edge quality
- Minimum need for machining after cutting
Cuts complex shapes & designs and eliminates tooling cost
Low distortion and lesser scrap generation
- Lower production cost per piece due to reduction in lead & set up time
Laser cutting employs a powerful laser guided by computer numerical control (CNC) and optics to cut material. Usually, a motion control system is used to adhere to a CNC or G-code of the design that needs to be cut onto the material.
There are three main types of CNC laser cutting.
- Fusion, flame
- Remote cutting
- Flame Cutting
As we described the functions of each cutting device, the first distinction became clear: laser cutting uses heat, whereas metal sheet CNC cutting uses friction. This distinction is the most significant since it distinguishes each machine and gives each one a variety of particular habitats in which to flourish.
The benefits of CNC laser cutting include its versatility, accuracy, repeatability, speed, cost-effectiveness, high quality, contactless cutting, and potential for automation.
Metals are cut using a plasma torch managed by a computer in a process known as CNC plasma cutting. Gas or compressed air is forced through a nozzle at high speed to power plasma cutters. The fourth state of matter, ionized gas or plasma, is produced once an electric arc is introduced to the gas.
CNC laser cutting services are quite expensive. Products made using CO2 laser cutting machines cost between Rs.327,900 and Rs.350,000 per piece.
It is worth investing in CNC laser cutting as it is fast and dependable equipment for quick turnaround. It is worth investing in the costs of a laser cutter because it easily cuts non-ferrous material. Uses nitrogen, oxygen, and air to cut with low energy. It cuts through even the heaviest metals, such as mild steel.
Laser cutting is perfect for mass production as machines consistently generate identical components; there is no need to hand-tool or make components appear identical. Again, the likelihood of error is decreased because there are no tool changes or direct contact with the material.