Laser Cutting Frequently Asked Questions

Laser Cutting brass

Laser Cutting Frequently Asked Questions

As one of only a handful of local service providers of both fibre laser and CO2 laser cut metals, we have answered some of your most commonly asked questions below.

Always give our friendly team a call to check if you have a specific job requirement that we haven’t covered here.

What materials do you laser cut?

We offer precision laser cutting for

  • Stainless steel
  • Mild Steel
  • Aluminium
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Many more, just ask us

What is the maximum length for laser cutting?

We’re one of only a handful of workshops who can cut and fold large lengths of metal up to 4000mm x 2000mm (4m x 2m). We provide both services in house saving your time and money.

What is the turnaround time for laser cutting?

How fast we can cut something depends on the job and materials.

Standard laser cutting using existing designs or simple templates can usually be produced within a few business days.

Custom and first time jobs that require CAD (Computer Animated Design) and modelling will require a design and approvals process that can take longer than a few business days.

If you’re working to a deadline, please get in touch as soon as possible so that we can assist you in meeting your timeframe requirements.

Why choose us?

We provide an all-in-one service including both laser cutting and folding for large size sheet metals up to 4000mm (4m) in length. We also offer a delivery service, so you can save time and money and have your cut and fold project completed 100% in-house.

We also have the capability to cut copper and brass with our fibre laser, or CO2 laser cutting services.

Outsourcing your metal fabrication and laser cutting to specialists is an easy and cost efficient way to streamline your process.

We look after the specialist machinery, quality and design of your project, so you can focus on key deliverables for your customers.

Our central location in Sydney is also beneficial in reducing delivery fees and increasing the speed of delivery.