Laser Cutting

Laser cutting is a process of using a laser to cut materials. It works by directing the output of a laser through optics, with the beam being directed at the material, to either melt, burn, or vaporise, or blow (via gas) to leave an edge with a high-quality finish. There are three main types of lasers used in laser cutting, mainly the CO2 (which is not just used for cutting but also boring and engraving), and the neodymium (Nd) and neodymium yttrium-aluminium-garnet (Nd-YAG) which are very similar in style. Laser cutting is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications but is also used by schools, small businesses, and hobbyist.

  • Hard Anodising Ltd

  • Wayland Sheet Metal and Fabrications Ltd

  • George Culley

  • Elite Labels

  • Brother Moulding Division

  • PRV Engineering Ltd

  • Matrix Precision Engineering Ltd

  • V and F Sheet Metal Co Ltd

  • Ti-Tek (UK) Ltd

  • True North Products Ltd

  • Laser Process Ltd

  • WMF UK Ltd

  • Grenville Engineering (Stoke-on-Trent) Ltd

  • Argus Fluid Handling Ltd

  • Multishape Metalcraft Ltd

  • Essex Laser Job Shop Ltd

  • Hybrid Laser Technology Ltd

  • Ubiquitous Engineering

  • Carlton Laser Services Ltd

  • Grail Engineering Ltd

  • LaserCut Works

  • LaserCut Works

  • Grail Laser Profiles Ltd

  • PPA Group Ltd

  • Rennd Ltd

  • Edmo Ltd

  • SH Lasers

  • EDP Technology Ltd Doncaster Laser Services Ltd

  • Evolution Tech Services Ltd

  • Kloeckner Metals UK