Metal laser cutting is a process in which a high-powered laser is used to cut through various types of metal sheets, plates, and pipes. This technology offers several benefits over traditional cutting methods, such as plasma or water jet cutting, including superior precision, speed, and versatility.
In metal laser cutting, a computer-controlled laser beam is directed onto the material to be cut, which melts, burns, or vaporizes the metal. The laser beam can be precisely focused on a very small area, allowing for extremely precise cuts and intricate designs. This technology is particularly useful for cutting complex shapes, such as those needed in the manufacturing of metal parts for automobiles, airplanes, and other high-tech industries.