Laser cutting takes place on flat metal and can be formed to suit specific customer requirements. Prototypes can be produced quickly without the associated high costs of conventional hard tooling.
Positioning accuracy is usually less than 15 micron and electro-polishing makes sure edges are smooth.
Laser cut parts provides high tolerance accuracy, are cost effective to set up. They can also be provided in quick turnaround times and a next day service can also be arranged. Laser cut parts are used in a wide range of industries including, aerospace, automotive, electronics, engineering, and medical.