Boost Productivity with Laser Cutting from Evolution Industry
Evolution Industry can deliver advanced laser cutting of metal for Australian industries using the latest energy-efficient technology. The ability for laser cutting of metal is integrated into our sheet metal fabrication processes, enabling us to produce components to complex specifications and designs.
Evolution Industry can provide:
- Precision cutting
- Part prototyping
- Large scale production
- A full turnkey automation process
Our innovative technology allows laser cutting of metal ranging from stainless steel to mild steel and aluminium with high feed, excellent energy efficiency and high productivity with minimal downtime. We guarantee precision, speed and reliability at a competitive price in all sheet metal fabrication jobs and laser cutting.
Rely on Our Advanced Technology
Rely on advanced technology for laser cutting at Evolution Industry to ensure a quality finish. Our computer controlled systems provide a perfect cut every time without the need for further deburring or grinding.
The benefits of our highly technical process include:
- Precision - consistency and accuracy for all order volumes
- No micro cracks or fragmentation
- Shorter set up and turnaround times, reducing costs
- Allowance for design changes
- Accuracy to 0.15mm
Evolution Industry Brisbane can also cater for custom orders from design through to manufacture with sheet metal fabrication and laser cutting of metal components.
Delivery On-Time, On-Budget
This technique is ideal for jobs requiring complex patterns, delivering highly-precise components at a competitive price and to schedule. Short turnaround times mean you can get components when you need them.
Laser Cutting Overview
Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser most commonly through optics. The laser optics and CNC (computer numerical control) are used to direct the material or the laser beam generated. A typical commercial laser for cutting materials would involve a motion control system to follow a CNC or G-code of the pattern to be cut onto the material. The focused laser beam directed at the material then either melts, burns, vaporizes away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish. Laser cutters are used to cut flat-sheet material as well as structural and piping materials.