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Laser Cutting Services

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About Laser Cutting

Laser cutting is one of Our Sheet Metal profiling processes that directs a high-power laser through optics to cut materials for industrial applications.

Laser cutting is both more precise and less energy-consuming than plasma cutting but has an upper threshold on the thickness of the material being cut.

Our Manufacturing Partner Network offers both Fiber and CO2 lasers that can cut a number of materials including mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and exotic alloys. CO2 (carbon dioxide) laser excels at cutting, engraving, and boring metals, while Fiber laser is a good option for thicker materials. For sheet and plate metal thicker than 4 inches, see our water jet cutting services.


  • High Accuracy and Precision Cuts
  • Low Lead Times with No Need to Replace or Modify Tooling, Lower Costs
  • Can Handle Jobs of Almost any Complexity
  • Higher Sheet Utilization with Less Waste
  • Causes No Damage Or Warping, Even to Thin Materials
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Extreme Cutting Versatility — Can be Used on Almost any Material


Laser cutting is a versatile tool whose use can be applied across a broad spectrum of materials such as stone, glass, wood, plastic, and sheet metal.

  • A CO2 laser is a popular type of laser cutting tool that is prized because it is easy to control and highly accurate. A beam made of concentrated CO2 gas is activated by electricity to fuel the cutting.
  • A fiber laser uses glass fibers to increase the potential of a seed laser. The result is a laser that is both more powerful and more precise when compared to a CO2 laser. A fiber laser is often used for metals because of its focused and intense beam.
  • A crystal laser is similar to a fiber laser except it uses both pump diodes and crystals to generate the intensity of its beam. A crystal laser has a comparable performance and application potential to a fiber laser.

Applications for Laser Cutting


Sheet metal offers a cost-effective way to fabricate product device panels, boxes and cases for a variety of applications. We build enclosures of all styles, including rackmounts, “U” and “L” shapes, as well as consoles and consolets.


The chassis we fabricate are typically used to house electromechanical controls, from small handheld devices to large industrial testing equipment. All chassis are built to critical dimensions to ensure hole pattern alignment between different parts.


We build custom brackets and miscellaneous sheet metal components, well-suited for either lightweight applications or when a high degree of corrosion-resistance is needed. All hardware and fasteners that are needed can be fully built in.

Overview: What is Laser Cutting?

The Basics Of Laser Cutters

Laser cutters are CNC machines that use a thin, high-powered laser beam to cut materials. The process is most often used in industrial manufacturing. Laser cutters are commonly used for quality welding and to cut industrial sheet metal, but laser cutters can also be used for other materials from composites to rubber, glass, wood, and aluminum.

How does Laser Cutters Work?

Laser focusing optics are used to direct electrical energy into a high-density light beam, and CNC is used to manage either the workpiece or the laser beam. The material processed by the laser cutter is then melted, burned, vaporized, or blown away by a jet of oxygen or nitrogen.

Types Of Laser Cutters

The three main types of lasers used in laser cutters are CO2, Nd, and Nd: Yag.

  • C02 lasers: The most common laser types because of their relatively high energy efficiency and high power output ratio. Best suited for cutting, boring, and engraving.
  • Nd lasers: Have high energy, but low repetition efficiency.
  • Nd: Yag lasers: Higher powered for cutting thicker materials but more expensive to operate.

Both Nd/Nd: Yag lasers are used for boring and welding. Nd: Yag lasers can also be used for engraving.

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