Application Types: Metals

Our CO2 lasers can cut metals including stainless and mild steel, thin aluminium, and other non-ferrous metals.

CO2 laser cutting is more precise than traditional methods.  Complex profiles can be produced with minimal waste, and the non-contact nature of the process means there is no tool wear or breakage.  Edge quality is generally good, minimising the need for post-process finishing.  Other processes such as welding and drilling may be possible in some cases.

  • Laser cutting mild steel

    Mild steel

    Mild steel Mild steel is probably the most commonly used form of steel. Its low cost and favourable mechanical properties make it attractive for a wide range of applications. It is widely used in the construction and automotive industries, as well as for domestic goods, flanges, fittings, pipes, and more. Our CO2 lasers can cut mild steel using a flame…

  • Metal Cutting

    Stainless steel

    Stainless steel Stainless steel is commonplace in the world today. It is strong, easy to weld, resistant to corrosion, and has an attractive appearance. It is used in a diverse range of products – aerospace components, surgical instruments and implants, cladding for buildings, automotive exhausts, grilles and trim components, cutlery and cookware, chemical storage vessels and food production equipment are…