Metal cutting: laser cutting not only works on a large number of metals, but also is a general tool between industries.
Laser cutting can get cleaner, smoother and tighter cutting than machining. Like machining, it can also be programmed and guided by computer, which means that laser cutting machine can automatically manufacture a large number of metal parts for automobile, computer and other industries.
In general, strange shapes such as automobile frames or hydroformed parts require laser cutting, as do many parts in the aerospace industry, and the results are usually better than plasma cutting.
Reflective metal cutting: because reflective metal will reflect the backlight illuminated on them, this has aroused people's concern when irradiating them with a high-power laser beam.
If the metal reflects the laser, it will destroy itself. The solution to this problem is to use optical fiber laser cutting. Using this technology, the optical fiber cable transmits the laser beam to the metal. The reflected light will not damage the optical cable. Metals such as aluminum, silver, copper and gold are reflective and important in automobile and semiconductor production.
Medical science cutting: laser cutting also plays an important role in the medical industry. In the medical industry, high precision and strict dimensional tolerance are essential.
Due to the demand for high output in the medical industry, this technology meets their needs because it can replicate the design, which is accurate and fast turnover. Many types of medical devices originate from laser cutting, from cardiovascular and orthopedic instruments to surgical implant components. Through laser cutting, these devices can be manufactured at a faster speed without sacrificing accuracy.