Laser cutting is a thermal cutting process that uses a laser to cut a wide variety of sheets and bodies of material. Even complex 3D geometries and contours can be cut quickly and precisely with laser cutting. Unlike traditional processes such as stamping, laser cutting allows cost-effective production of small batches and individual parts.
The CAD/CAM system supports cross-sectional specifications, so the utilization rate of materials can be greatly improved. Cutting accuracy is another advantage of laser cutting compared to other cutting processes. With the right laser, everything from micron-sized connectors on medical components to clean cuts on thick steel plates can be achieved. Since laser cutting is non-contact and force-free processing, thermal stress is limited only to laser energy. The cut edges are usually clean and neat and do not require finishing.
“Made in China 2025” is a major strategic deployment made by the Chinese government under the general trend of international industrial transformation. From a big manufacturing country to a manufacturing powerhouse, my country’s laser cutting machine industry is also undergoing transformation from a big country to a powerful country. Laser cutting machines have become the focus of my country’s future development.