laser cutting

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laser cutting

[′lā·zər ‚kəd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A process by which a laser beam impinges on the workpiece in order to heat and sever the piece. Also known as laser-beam cutting.
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The new 4,000W fiber laser cutter adds to its existing portfolio of modified tube cutting lasers and completely custom flat sheet cutting lasers.
Tenders are invited for Supply of 2d laser cutter, Machine tools
Equipped with 3D printers, a laser cutter, CNC routers, power tools, hand tools, and a variety of raw materials, the Design Den gives students of every discipline and every grade a wide array of resources to experience pure creativity.
They can also use shared equipment such as a 3D printer, mini-computers, sewing machines and a laser cutter to help them build and test prototypes of their ideas and put small projects into production.
The lab has 3-D printers, scanners, a carving machine, a laser cutter and other equipment that students studying architecture, engineering or orthotics and prosthetics technology can use to hone their skills.
GSI Technologies, a manufacturer of labels and printed electronics, has announced the addition of a Preco FlexPro Laser cutter to its Burr Ridge, IL, USA facility.
She said: "When I wanted to start a business from home I asked my now-husband for a laser cutter instead of an engagement ring.
She said: "When I wanted to start a business from home I asked my nowhusband for a laser cutter instead of an engagement ring.
After creating a blueprint, the team used a laser cutter to replicate what they called "the organic, serpentine curves of Casa Batllo in gingerbread" and etching the delicate balconies in fondant.
Working with a laser cutter and CNC router, Martin Tomsky creates illustrative relief pieces from layers of stained plywood.
Nearby there's a laser cutter for detailing and a high-end 3D printer.
It took him about two months to ship 2,500 units to campaign supporters, cutting aluminum parts with a laser cutter and building the stands by hand.

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