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Laser Cutting Services

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Laser Cutting Services
Laser Cutting Services
Laser Cutting Services
  Austin Waterjet offers advanced laser cutting services that can be used for a variety of applications, including architectural ornaments, HVAC, sheet metal fabrication, and signs. Equipped with a CO2 laser, a flying optic configuration, and three axis cutting capability, our advanced machinery can cut aluminum, steel and stainless steel.

And, offering a (+/-) .003 inch precision tolerance on materials under .375 inches thick, and a (+/-) .01 inch precision tolerance on materials over .375 inches thick, our superior laser cutting service meets high industry standards and is ISO, ASME and ASTM compliant.

With the ability to process materials up to sixty inches wide by one hundred and twenty inches long, our laser cutting equipment has served clients from a wide range of industries, including machine shops, food equipment, medical and construction. We invite you to contact our company for more information about this or any of our other high quality secondary services, such as double disk grinding, deburring and light machining.

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Laser Cutting Specifications:

General Capabilities Contract
Production
OEM
Industry Focus Equipment Manufacturing
Architectural
Food
Construction
Energy
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Wind
Marine
Medical
Military
Semiconductor
HVAC
Intended Application Architectural Components
Engraving/Marking
HVAC
Sheet Metal Fabrication
Signs
Structural Steel
Industry Standards ANSI - American National Standards Institute
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials
AWS - American Welding Society
DOT - Department of Transportation
ISO 9001,2008 - International Organization for Standardization
Mil-Spec - Military Specifications
Laser Type CO2 4000 Watt
Laser Configuration Flying Optics
Flying optics lasers feature a stationary table and a cutting head (with laser beam) that moves over the work piece in both of the horizontal dimensions. Flying-optics cutters keep the workpiece stationary during processing, and often don't require material clamping.
Cutting Axis 3-Axis
Intended Cutting Material (Metal) Stainless Steel
Steel
Aluminum
Production Volume
Min
100 units
Max
20,000 units
High Volume
Lead Time
Min
3 Business Days
Max
15 Business Days
Secondary Services Welding
Fabrication
Assembly
General (Manual) Machining
Coating
File Formats AutoCAD (DWG,)
BMP - Bit Mapped Graphics
DXF - Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format
GIF - Graphics Interchange Format
PDF - Portable Document Format
TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
Surface Finish ¼" – ½" 125 RMS
Under ¼" 63 RMS
Brand/Bed Size Amada Laser
60"x 120"
Cutting Thickness Stainless Steel: 24 gauge to ½" Maximum
Steel: 24 gauge to 5/8" Maximum
Aluminum: 0.032" to ¼" maximum
Cutting Size Up to 60" wide by 120" Long
Kerf/Width of Cut 0.010" minimum
Maximum Output Power 4000 Watts
Tolerance (+/-) Under ½" ±.003"
Over ½" ±.010"

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