With Omnidex Laser,
You can choose from a range of metal cutting services suitable for a variety of different industries.
A number of factors play a role in the limitations associated with laser cutting, including heat conductivity, laser focus, surface reflection, metal or alloy type, and part geometry, among others. It is more likely for a thermal runaway or blowout to occur when cutting thicker metals.
The solution for such issues is to focus the beam and decrease the size of the spot. As a result, lasers can be used to cut a variety of metal thicknesses with much greater precision and effectiveness.
During laser cutting, gas-assisted technology may be used to ensure optimal performance. The focused assist gas helps prevent burning and removes debris and molten metal from the kerf (material that has been burned away).
It may be more challenging to achieve consistent cutting speeds when cutting small corners or areas. Metal parts with complex geometries that have unique shapes are subject to the same problem. Similarly to uneven cuts in metalwork, uneven cuts also increase thermal runways or blowouts.
When compared with a constant laser focus, pulse perforation involves applying the laser to the metal in a pulsating or intermittent pattern to improve accuracy. The process eliminates the risk of charring the surrounding material and ensures the absence of residual material after the cutting cycle has ended.
In addition to providing clients with a broad range of industrial manufacturing services, Omnidex also provide laser cutting services, laser profiling, CAD services, and press braking and more. Our commitment to manufacturing processes, technology, and quality systems is what allows Omnidex Laser to produce and deliver a high-quality service for laser cutting to clients across the region.
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