Laser Cutting

Laser cutting is a modern, high-precision method of cutting materials using a focused laser beam. The cutting process is highly accurate and can cut intricate designs, shapes, and patterns. Whether you need to cut metal for industrial applications, many other types of materials, laser cutting is a reliable and efficient solution.

How Does Laser Cutting Work?

Laser cutting directs a laser at the material being cut to melt, burn, or vaporize it along a pre-determined path. This process is controlled by a computer, which helps ensure accuracy and precision in each cut.

Most laser cutting machines are equipped with two axes of movement, X and Y, which limit their cutting capabilities to 2D shapes. These machines utilize stepper motors, controlled by a computer, to drive their axes, categorizing them as CNC (Computer Numeric Controlled) systems.

During laser cutting, the material is held in place by a cutting bed, and a laser nozzle focuses the laser beam onto the material. The beam is then moved along the cutting path, melting or burning the material. The result is a clean, precise cut free of burrs or rough edges.

Materials Best Suited for a Laser Marker

Laser cutting is a versatile process used on various materials, including

  • metal
  • plastic
  • wood
  • paper
  • textiles.

The most commonly used materials for laser cutting include stainless steel, aluminum, and acrylic. Each material requires a different laser setting and power level to ensure a clean, precise cut.

The type of material being cut will also affect the quality and accuracy of the final product. For example, laser cutting aluminum and other hard materials like metal and plastic offer higher precision, while materials like wood and paper may require more careful handling to achieve optimal results. 

In short, to get the best results for your specific project, it’s essential to choose a suitable material for your laser cutting to ensure that the outcome meets your needs.


Industries Served

Laser cutting techniques are used in the manufacturing, engineering, and design industries, it is ideal for producing components for electronics, medical equipment, and consumer goods. 

Laser cutting has a wide range of applications in various industries, including manufacturing, engineering, and design. It is commonly used in producing electronic components, automotive parts, medical equipment, and consumer goods. 

Why Consider Laser Cutting by Superior Laser Marking

We are committed to providing our clients the highest quality laser cutting services at Superior Laser Marking. Our experienced technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that each project is completed with the utmost precision and accuracy to meet your specific design specifications.

Our team of experts will also work with you to develop a customized solution that meets your specific needs and requirements. Whether you are a manufacturer, engineer, or designer, we have the talent and resources to help you achieve your goals.

So, why wait? If you want a reliable and efficient laser cutting of stainless steel,

laser cutting titanium, or wood laser cutting service, contact Superior Laser Marking today. We would be honored to help you bring your vision to life.