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CNC Laser Cutting
||At Mechanical Designs of VA, we offer advanced CNC laser cutting capabilities. Our two-axis, 3KW CO2 flying optic laser machinery comes equipped with a 4x8 foot bed. Maintaining a 0.001 of an inch accuracy, our CNC laser cutting equipment can cut through .5 of an inch thick mild steel, .375 of an inch thick stainless steel, and .1875 of an inch thick aluminum.|
With the ability to handle all of our clients' unique production requirements, ranging from low to high volume, our CNC laser cutting operations serve multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive, semiconductor, and signage. Contact Mechanical Designs of VA today to learn more about our premium CNC laser cutting services.
CNC Laser Cutting Specifications
OEM - Original Equipment Manufacture
Sheet Metal Fabrication
Flying optics lasers feature a stationary table and a cutting head (with laser beam) that moves over the work piece in both of the horizontal dimensions. Flying-optics cutters keep the work piece stationary during processing, and often don't require material clamping.
Cutting Axis is the number of axes of motion a cutting machine is capable of cutting. 2-axis machines are used to cut flat sheet material while a 3-axis machine is used to cut three dimensional parts. Some 5-axis and 6-axis machines can perform cutting operations on parts that have been pre-formed by casting or machining.
|Intended Cutting Material (Metal)
Non Ferrous Metals
||Specialty Production Shop|
Large Scale Production Volume Run
1/2" Mild Steel
|Maximum Output Power
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