What is Laser Cutting?
Laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to cut materials. It is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications. Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser most commonly through optics.
How accurate is laser cutting? Tolerance lengths?
Machine supplies quote plus minus 0.1mm, Lasertec can work to tighter tolerances if requested, but this takes time to adjust machine parameters. For thick materials, it is harder to measure accurately due to some technical restriction.
What Material can you cut?
Materials currently include mild steel up to 22mm, stainless steel up to 12mm and aluminium up to 6mm in most forms. Others include wood, acrylic and MDF board.
What drawing files do you accept?
DXF and DWG files are the most common and easily transferrable into most CAD/CAM systems.
How long will my order take?
Lasertec will quote you the lead time upon current live capacity. Usually will be within two business days and do our best to fulfill your requirement.
How do you calculate my quote?
Using our system, we have a good quotation package that gives extremely consistent pricing on every quotation. Before that, please email us (email@example.com) the drawing for measurement calculation.
What is your payment deadline?
Payment terms is Cash on Delivery (COD)
Do you have a minimum order quantity?
No - we can produce individual products. This is the fundamental benefit of a laser cutting service. There is no need for expensive tooling an jigging.
Do you supply the material?
Yes – in most cases.
What’s the smallest hole you can laser cut?
The thickness of material was equal to the smallest diameter hole.
Why should I laser cut?
It is probably the most cost-effective and fastest way of producing a clean and accurate profile.
How do you contact us?
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org