The acronym `Laser' stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser cutting machines use laser technology to cut sheet metal. The laser beam is created in the laser resonator/generator of machine which is delivered cutting head. The cutting head is the central component of the laser cutting system and is located at the end of beam delivery where the laser beam is focused thru the lens.
The CNC laser cutting machine is used to cut metals such as Mild Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminum with high precision and speed. Laser provides excellent cut quality and productivity on material less than 6 mm. Laser technology has high capital equipment, running and maintenance costs, therefore a high level of business volume is required to pay back the cost of the equipment. We have state of the art CNC laser machines of renowned makes such as "Trumpf ", Germany and "Bystronic", Switzerland. We have a variety of these machines which can laser cut Sheet metal of varying thicknesses and sizes with bed sizes ranging from 1.25 x 2.5 mtrs and 2 x 4 mtrs. Our expert team of programmers and operators at each manufacturing location are geared up for execution of complex component laser cutting.
With input as a drawings or a finished sample part provided by customer. We have modern vacuum lifting systems for loading sheets on to the laser bed, by the aid which we have overcome sheet handling constraints and enabled faster throughput. We have an independent UPS back up of 10 minutes duration for each laser cutting machine which ensures continuity in operation even when there is a power failure. The UPS keeps the machine in operation till changeover is done to DG. We also have 5-Axis CNC Laser Cutting Machine The Company has brought a 5 Axis Laser Cutting System of PRIMA make. The machine is their largest model "OPTIMO" and has a cutting envelope of 4500 mm x 2500 mm x 1020 mm. It has a work volume of X : 4500mm, Y : 2500mm & Z : 1020mm with rotary axes : A : 360° continuous (without limitation) & B : +/- 135° continuous (with respect to the vertical).