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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With the AE signals captured during and immediately after the termination of laser cutting process, the deterioration of the laser cut surface and occurrence of dross formation at the lower cut edge can be detected.
Fabrication of membrane switches, faceplates, and other medical device components where small angle cuts are required, is newly possible with the latest generation laser cutting machines (a.
When laser cutting technology was in its infancy, the company purchased its first laser cutting system for cutting strips for corrosion testing.
As a modular system the customer can select from a range of "bolt-ons" including reel-to-reel or reel-to-sheet options, laser cutting, varnishing, laminating, slitting, feeding and stacking.
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With the new TSC 2, Trumpf has developed a power tool that removes slag from the slats in laser cutting machines.
A SPECIALIST laser cutting firm has opened up a new factory providing new jobs for around 20 workers in Hockley.
The Fameccanica Laser Cutting Technology is a proven turnkey solution specifically developed by Fameccanica for the purpose of cutting and shaping disposable articles such as sanitary napkins, panty shields, baby diapers and training pants, adult diapers and adult pull-up pants.
Investment in laser cutting technology is increasing business at an engineering company.
The purchased business supplied integrated systems using ABB's robots for machine loading, grinding, routing, deburring, laser cutting, and welding.
Black Diamond, a producer of equipment and accessories for "on-the-edge" sports such as rock climbing, ice climbing, and backcountry, has upgraded its manufacturing processes with a new laser cutting system.

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