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Fine cutting

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aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, steel, stainless steel, plastic
Production method
small series, large series
ISO 9001, ISO 14001


MICRO LASER CUTTING - HIGH PRECISION LASER CUTTING At Mekoprint we offer our customers the latest technology in micro laser machining of fine mechanical components in material thicknesses from 0.05 to 1.5 mm. Our setup for precision laser cutting of fine mechanics is also called fiber laser cutting. Fiber laser cutting offers several advantages, such as a minimal heat impact, high speed, and an incredible accuracy of ± 0.01 mm. The micro laser cutting is offered as a supplement to our etching technology, most often in the designs where very high geometric precision or very narrow openings are needed in relation to the material thickness. Even smallest and very fine contours can be cut precise and with highest dynamic. An example of this could be a laser cut trace of 0.025 mm ± 0.01 mm in 0.2 mm thick stainless springsteel. We laser cut both large and small series sizes and even the most complex geometries, so please contact us to hear more. MICRO LASER PROCESSING ADVANTAGES Ideal for small and high volume manufacturing A minimal heat impact and a high speed Laser micro processing with an incredible accuracy Very high geometric precision Cutting of narrow openings and traces Cutting of metals and plastics Micro laser cutting, welding, drilling and micro structuring. MANUFACTURING WITH LASER MICROMACHINING Micro laser machining of fine mechanics takes place at Mekoprint with some of the most modern machines on the market, including the micro laser cutting machine LLT MLA 500 with a short pulse laser.


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