MOHIT PROFILE
Laser Cutting

Laser Cutting

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Laser Cutting

Owing to the proficiency of our technical experts, we, Mohit Profile, based at Bhiwandi, Maharashtra, India, have been engaged in providing Laser Cutting Service. We render these services for cutting sheets of stainless steel in distinct shapes and sizes as per the information detailed by the clients. Further, our experts also keep an eye during each and every phase of cutting process to assure that the procedure meets to the standards defined by the industry. Besides, these Laser Cutting Services are executed by our experts within promised time frame in the most competent manner.

Features:
  • Complex designs are cut that are too intricate for creating by hand
  • We use laser cutting techniques to cut almost anything drawn by clients
  • Ideal to make custom parts economically and quickly for any project
Laser Cutting Benefits are mentioned as below :
  • It is usually applicable and appropriate to a diverse range of materials and variety of thickness;
  • It has Narrow kerf widths;
  • It comes with variety of High speeds;
  • It has a High repeatability;
  • It is extremely Dependable and Reliable;
  • It is effortlessly, without any trouble computerized and is also programmable;
  • It comes with elasticity in change - overs;
  • It has a Compact and minimized tooling costs and a reduced set - up times;
  • It comes with Non - contact process (no tooling wear and tear or breaking, it also aids in minimal or very less material distortion);
  • It is quite Versatile (the same tool can be utilized for the purpose of laser drilling and laser welding);
  • It has a Capability for quite a high degree of beam manipulation (true 3D cutting).
The Laser Cutting Process is well defined in detail :

For any appropriate laser cutting process, the beam must be engrossed and absorbed by a lens to a small and insignificant spot size. For the purpose of fine and acceptable cutting it usually ranges from 25 µm – 100 µm in diameter. And for thicker and quite dense section of cutting, it varies from 100 µm – 300 µm in diameter. The Coaxial gas is then supplied just above the laser focus with the help of a nozzle that backgrounds the laser beam. This further assists to keep the optics clear and also enhances the cutting process by pushing the vaporised and or the liquefied material out of the kerf. The Gases such as oxygen and air are utilized to endorse and stimulate the cutting of the ferrous alloys and also the cellulose materials. The air is time and again utilized with plastics and fabrics. The High - pressure inert gas is majorly utilized when cutting some of the metals to leave a non oxidised edge with a little dross.