Laser cutting

Laser cutting of metal is an innovative technology of machine cutting of metal. The technology allows cutting of metal sheets of any form and steel grade and ensures high precision and any artistic solution.

The process works by having a focused and precise laser beam run through the metal that you are looking to cut. Where the laser beam touches the metal, the temperature of its surface reaches the melting point. The laser essentially melts the metal away that it is run over. The temperature of the metal continues to rise and reaches the boiling point so that the metal starts to evaporate.                  

The following sheet metals can be laser cut: construction steel (max. 20 mm), galvanized steel, stainless steel (max. 12 mm), aluminum alloys (max. 14 mm), brass (max. 6 mm), copper (max. 6 mm). The technology can be used for any shape, so it has many applications, e.g., facing panels, metal furniture, cabinets, doors, boxes, electrical appliances, etc.  

Benefits of laser cutting:

  • great variety of shapes, high precision (up to 0.1 mm), possibility to make complicated projects;
  • low cost due to high quality of cutting, no further machining required;
  • minimum waste, low consumption of metal sheets due to optimized layout;
  • high performance and cutting speed due to high intensity of laser beam;
  • small heat-affected area, no mechanical contact with surface, possibility to cut easily-deformable and soft parts;
  • cutting of hard tool-making alloys that are difficult to machine;   
  • versatile equipment that allows making parts by any drawings.
  • Device: LaserCUT-3015-4-3-S-RК

    Maximum sheet size

    3000х1500 mm


    3 kW

    Positioning precision

    +/- 0.1 mm

    Repositioning precision

    +/- 0.05 mm

    Maximum thickness:

    Carbon steel

    25.0 mm

    Stainless steel

    16.0 mm


    14.0 mm


    8.0 mm


    8.0 mm

    Cutting of various materials

    • Cutting of carbon steel is commonly done by using oxygen as an auxiliary gas. For some cases, e.g., cutting of acute-angled parts or small-diameter holes, inert gas is used under high pressure.
    • Laser cutting of stainless steel, in particular, thick sheets, can be made difficult due to slagging caused by alloying elements which affect the melting temperature of metal and metal oxides. Low running quality of melted oxides, e.g., chromium-nickel and high-chromium steels, also makes laser cutting a difficult process. To obtain a high-quality cut, we use high-frequency nitrogen which is brought under high pressure (up to 20 atm.)
    • Laser cutting of aluminum, aluminum alloys, copper and brass requires more intense beam. Cutting of aluminum involves an auxiliary gas under pressure of over 10 atm. Cutting of brass produces trims with rough porous surfaces, the flash in the under part of the cut can easily be removed.

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