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Laser Cutting & Water-jet

  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop 500 by 625
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop 500 by 625
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop | Laser Cutting & Water Jet
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop | Laser Cutting & Water Jet
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop | Laser Cutting & Water Jet
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop | Laser Cutting & Water Jet
  • IronClad Steel Fabrication Workshop | Laser Cutting & Water Jet

Laser Cutting & Water-jet

Laser cutting involves the use of a laser to melt, burn, or vaporize material. During the process, a focused beam of light is used for the cut. The laser can be static or move across the material. Laser cutters do well with materials that range between 0.12” and 0.4” in thickness, and are commonly used to cut flat sheets of medium thickness steel.

Waterjet uses a cutting jet of pressurised water, which is often mixed with an abrasive, such as garnet. The technique enables the cut of a wider range of materials, cleanly, to close tolerances, squarely and with a good edge finish.

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