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Your Complete Guide on the Different Types of Laser Cutting in Toronto
Your Complete Guide on the Different Types of Laser Cutting in Toronto
January 17, 2018

One of the greatest innovations to affect countless industries is the introduction of laser cutting in Toronto in manufacturing and fabrication. It has quickly become the most efficient and accurate way of cutting materials given its accuracy, cost and efficiency. Laser cutting is now one of the most widely used methods of manufacturing, cutting and customizing materials, tools or equipment.

 

Aside from being the best economic option and the most efficient method of cutting without waste, laser cutting in Toronto is also the fastest way to precisely cut different custom components and elements.

 

Laser cutting in Toronto has reshaped the fabrication industry in many ways and it is one of the most sought after services in the country. This type of service comes in different types, so choosing the right and suitable type of laser cutting is key to attaining excellent result. Here is a guide on the different types of laser cutting methods available today. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask your Metal-Tronics consultant.

The Different Methods of Laser Cutting:

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser - In this method, the laser beam cuts through the material with a mixture of gases (like CO2) which are stimulated electrically. This method is suitable for a wide range of materials.

 

Neodymium Laser - In this method, the laser beam is generated from neodymium crystals. Compared to the CO2 laser, the laser beam has a lower wavelength. This method offers higher intensity which makes it the perfect method for cutting through thick metals.

 

Fiber Laser - This is a popular process used for labelling plastic and metal surfaces with a fiber laser that provides more accurate and precise results. In this method, fiberglass is used to amplify each seed laser several times to produce a smaller wavelength with high intensity.

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Posted by: Laura | February 15, 2018, 11:53 am
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