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Advantages Of Laser Cutting Vs Mechanical Cutting Being able to control a broad variety of laser parameters exactly helps change a flat sheet of metal into numerous parts with many different characteristic without needing tooling. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of Boss laser over mechanical cuttingedge. Cleaner Cuts Lasers allow for smaller and cleaner cuts, with complex detail and decent edge quality in sheet metal or round, square, rectangular, or triangular tubing. Unlike with mechanical cutting, cuts are burr-free and can be incredibly intricate. Lasers can also be used to accurately cut timber, plastics, plastics, or wax. 3D laser cutting is also available for parts with unique gap geometries and CNC laser cutting is available for creating curves and producing complex 3D structures. 6-axis laser cutting capabilities allow for cuts at any desirable angle for weld prep, and get the maximum precision for effortless fit-up of assemblies - all in one program cycle. Greater Accuracy - Less Wasted Metal
Mechanical cutting entails contamination and wear and tear of these blades on the cutting machines, but lasers don't have any actual surface to wear out, so that they can cut as many identical products as you need without wearing out. Laser cutting also produces increased consistency from part to part. And laser cutting isn't only for cutting parts out. Lasers can cut holes straight through the alloy, etch, or even couter-sink holes. Additionally, because the laser is so accurate there's less wasted material surrounding the trimming. And even furthermore, because there aren't any wasted substances, you can cut back on the time and effort it takes to clean up every day. Laser machines are rather simple to use and do not require a great deal of training or skill. With newer, modern day laser cutting machines the amount of steps that require human action have been dramatically reduced, allowing for much more efficient part nesting capacity because of greater programming flexibility. Quicker Production Most laser equipment also includes automatic load/unload features, adding efficacy for the lasers to operate while a worker is on break or at lunch, also allowing for much quicker production of items. By using lasers you'll have the precision components you require much faster and more cost efficiently than with other kinds of machines. Lasers can be used to cut carbon steel up to 1", stainless steel up to 0.5", and aluminum up to 0.375"