Macclesfield Laser, Exhaust Flange Specialists

Laser cutting is becoming the most popular and energy efficient way of manufacturing sheet steel.


Material/thickness

Mild steel 0.9-12mm

Stainless steel 0.9-6mm

Aluminum 0.5-3mm

Maglam SFSM-1.4mm (high temperature gasket)

Please contact us for details if you have a specific material in mind.

Using either your drawings or patterns we can reproduce profiles in a variety of materials ranging from a simple 2 bolt flanges to bespoke artwork.

How it works

Firstly an image is converted into refrence points from a drawing.

Generation of the laser beam involves stimulating laser gas, by electrical discharges or lamps within a closed container. As the laser gas is stimulated, the beam is reflected internally by means of a partial mirror, until it achieves sufficient energy to escape into a lens. Mirrors are typically used to direct the beam through the lens, which focuses the light at the work zone. The narrowest part of the focused beam is generally less than 0.32 mm. in diameter.



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