For laser cutting, we use laser beams to work on materials such as black steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and brass. By controlling the temperature, the length and the beam’s intensity, the machining is adapted to the desired cuts. Autofric's new fibre laser, Amada LCG3015, provides cost-effective laser cutting of sheet metal parts with very strict tolerance requirements.
Laser cutting means using heat from high-intensity laser beams to work the surface of the material so that it melts or evaporates completely. The beam penetrates the material at one point. The material is then machined by moving the cutting head or workpiece at a steady speed.
Laser cutting offers many benefits.
- High precision
Laser technology allows us to obtain a level of precision that is not possible with any other method. Laser cutting produces straight and shiny cuts with high dimensional accuracy and meets stringent requirements in terms of quality and narrow tolerances.
We offer a highly efficient process, from the customer's drawing to finished details. The setting is configured directly in the machine and the work is performed quickly and efficiently.
- Good production costs
The machine's high precision and thin cuts mean that the details can be cut close to each other. Material waste is minimized, which reduces manufacturing costs.