The manufacturing industry has always been at the forefront of technological advancement. As an innovation engineering and manufacturing solutions provider we are constantly upgrading our technology to achieve better results for our customers. In the following sections, you will learn more about the technical aspects behind our services, which can help you make the right decision on how to move your project forward.
Amada ENSIS-4020AJ is one of the most powerful flatbed fibre laser machines in Scotland
Laser cutting technology uses a focused high-power laser beam to melt or vaporize the material in a small area to create the desired shape or pattern on a work-piece. This non-contact, thermal-based process can produce intricate patterns with narrow kerfs.
Plasma cutting offers many of the same benefits of laser cutting but it can also cut through thicker material at a faster rate and has a lower energy consumption. Plasma can cut through electrically conductive materials (including steel, stainless steel, aluminium, brass and copper) with an accelerated hot plasma jet that can reach 20,000°C or above. Plasma cutting can produce an edge as smooth as laser cutting, but it also creates a slight bevel (4 degrees to 5 degrees) in the cut face.
Our operation involves a diverse line-up of machines, and to optimise material utilization, machine motion, manpower, and data management, we have decided on the integrated software solution from SigmaTEK Systems. Their advanced CAD/CAM software technology is designed specifically for professional fabricators like us. SigmaTEK’s product suite covers the full range of fabrication, including laser, plasma, press brake, and much more, ensuring precision and consistency across all processes
If you are interested in our Laser Cutting services, feel free to contact us for a quick quote. You can check out other services we provide on this website.