Laser Etching And Cutting

Using laser optics and CNC technology, the laser cutting process produces a cut with an extremely clean edge by melting, burning, or vaporizing away material on a flat sheet of metal or piping. For many applications, lasers are more precise and energy-efficient than mechanical cutting tools.

Logik Precision is pleased to offer the newest technology in laser etching and cutting to its customers.

How Laser Cutting Works

The term laser is an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Generated by stimulating lasing material with electrical discharges or lamps in a closed container to form a low divergence beam of light, lasers can cut through materials including stainless steel, carbon steel, nickel alloys, titanium, aluminum, plastic and more.

Industrial Applications For Laser Cutting And Etching

Lasers can be programmed to make repeated cuts with precision, which reduces material waste. The process is also useful for engraving barcodes, serial numbers, or other markings on parts.

Laser cutting has proved useful in the oil and gas industry in field drilling operations. Logik Precision also offers precise laser cut parts for electrical connections, scientific instruments and sensors used within the industry. The process lends itself to high or low production and ensures a high degree of accuracy when cutting sheet and plate metal with detail. Laser cutting is an excellent way to produce cost-effective prototypes for oil and gas equipment as well.

For information about laser cutting and etching, contact Logik Precision at 800-684-2041.

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