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  • What Is The Laser Cutting?
    Jun 26, 2018

    What is the Laser Cutting?


    The price of laser cutting equipment is quite expensive. With the continuous development of the front tank industry, more and more industries and enterprises are using laser cutting, and more and more companies have entered the storage tank industry. However, due to the reduced costs of subsequent process processing, it is feasible to use this equipment in large production. Since there is no tooling cost, laser cutting equipment is also suitable for producing small-lot parts of various sizes that were previously impossible to machine. Laser cutting equipment usually uses computerized digital control technology (CNC) devices. With this device, cutting data can be accepted from a computer-aided design (CAD) workstation using a telephone line.


    Stainless Steel CNC Machining Laser Cutting Parts.jpgLaser cutting uses a focused high power density laser beam to irradiate the workpiece, rapidly irradiate, vaporize, ablate, or reach the ignition point of the irradiated material. At the same time, the workpiece is cutting by blowing molten material with a high-speed airflow coaxial with the beam. open. Laser cutting is one of the hot cutting methods. Most organic and inorganic materials can be laser cut. In the industrial processing system, which occupies a very heavy metal processing industry, many metal materials, regardless of their hardness, can be cut without distortion. Of course, for high reflectivity materials such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum alloys, they are also good heat transfer conductors, so laser cutting is difficult or even impossible to cut. Laser cutting without burrs, wrinkles, high precision, better than plasma cutting. For many electromechanical manufacturing industries, modern laser cutting systems controlled by microcomputer programs can easily cut workpieces of different shapes and sizes. It is often preferred over punching and molding processes; although it is slower than mold punching, However, it does not consume the mold, does not need to repair the mold, and also saves the time for replacing the mold, thereby saving processing costs and reducing production costs, so it is more cost-effective to consider in general.

    Compared with other conventional processing methods, laser cutting has greater adaptability. First of all, as compared to other thermal cutting methods, as a thermal cutting process, other methods cannot act like a laser beam in an extremely small area, resulting in a wide incision, a large heat affected zone, and a significant deformation of the workpiece. Lasers cut nonmetals, while other thermal cutting methods do not.