laser cutting process

- Apr 03, 2018 -

laser cutting process

The  laser cutting process uses the energy released when the laser beam hits  the surface of the steel sheet to melt and evaporate the stainless  steel.

The laser source is generally a carbon dioxide laser beam and the operating power is 500-2500 watts. This  level of power is lower than that required by many domestic electric  heaters, but the laser beam is concentrated in a very small area through  the lens and the mirror. The high concentration of energy enables rapid local heating to evaporate the stainless steel.

In  addition, because the energy is very concentrated, only a small amount  of heat is transferred to other parts of the steel, resulting in little  or no distortion. The laser can very accurately cut the complex shape of  the blank, and the cut blank does not have to go any further processing.

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