Laser Machinery Applications

 

Laser machine uses the interaction between laser beams and materials to cut, weld, engrave, and mark on metal and non-metal materials. Relying on the advantages of extremely high cutting speed, high stability, extremely low use cost, high photoelectric conversion rate and relatively simple operation, the laser cutter is widely used in sheet metal processing, aviation, aerospace, electronics, electrical appliances, subways manufacturing and processing industries such as accessories, automobiles, grain machinery, textile machinery, engineering machinery, precision accessories, ships, metallurgical equipment, elevators, household appliances, craft gifts, tool processing, decoration, advertising, metal external processing, kitchenware processing, etc.

Especially compared to mechanical processing, laser cutting machining has many processing advantages such as wide processing objects, small deformation, high accuracy, energy saving, high degree of automation, high production efficiency, no tool wear, and diverse processing. These advantages are also the key to the wide application of laser cutting machines in recent years.

Taking professional laser manufacturers as an example, let’s take a look at the application industries of laser machines:

Kitchenware Industry

Laser cutting machine has the advantages of fast speed, high precision, high production efficiency, and can realize the development of customized kitchenware.

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Automotive Industry

The use of laser cutting technology not only enables rapid batch processing, high accuracy, high efficiency, no burrs, and one-shot molding.

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Fitness equipment industry

The diversity of fitness equipment also places higher requirements on processing methods.

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Advertising Industry

High-precision laser cutting technology eliminates the need for secondary rework, which greatly improves work efficiency and saves corporate costs.

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Sheet metal processing industry

Traditional sheet metal cutting equipment can no longer meet the current process and cutting form requirements.

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Shipbuilding industry

No secondary processing is required, and welding can be performed directly. Therefore, the number of man-hours can be reduced

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