All kinds of industries want to create enhanced technology to produce quickly, at lower costs and innovation. The same goes for the manufacturing process. It stays on the cutting edge of technology so that it can provide high quality at a great value.
Laser cutting parts are produced with top-notch equipment that allows us and our clients to save more money than ever. Although the process has clear benefits, many believe quite a few myths about the process.
Myths of Laser Cutting
The most common misconception of laser cutting is workplace safety. At KP Fabrication & Welding, we abide by a strict set of safety rules to carry out smooth and safe fabrication and welding processes.
Although the use of laser cutting on a larger scale is still new, it has been used for over 40 years. Now, with more advancements in technology, safety is prioritised and is the primary concern for laser manufacturers. Laser cutting is said to be safer than other similar tools.
Another common misconception of laser cutting is its inability to work in volume. Nothing could be further from the truth. Lasers today are used for full-scale production. Advances in laser technology let manufacturers work on a larger scale, offering better quality at affordable prices.
Benefits of Laser Cutting
The greatest benefit of laser cutting is unparalleled precision. Precision allows us to create a higher quality product. Modern machines are set up quickly and have high repeatability. Cuts can be simple or extremely intricate, and lasers are highly versatile.
Flexibility is another benefit of laser cutting. It is equipment that can be used to handle different forms of materials at once. From plastics, wood, metals, to rubber, the superior quality remains consistent.
Hence, laser cutting is safer, uses less energy, and is more flexible as compared to other similar tools. It is a globally recognised process and guarantees quality products at a better price.