The advantages of fiber laser cutting machines in the sheet metal processing


Fiber laser cutting technology is a rapidly developing laser technology in recent years. It has better cutting quality, lower system cost, longer service life, lower maintenance costs, and lower power consumption compared to traditional lasers. In addition, the laser of the optical fiber laser can be transmitted through the fiber, which is convenient for the connection with the motion platform and can realize flexible processing, greatly simplifying the system design of the traditional laser cutter and improving the stability of the system, reducing maintenance, and truly suitable for industrial processing applications.

Fiber laser cutting is a newer manufacturing process that uses a high-density laser beam to heat and melt the material being cut. The laser beam is directed onto the surface of the material, causing it to melt or vaporize in a localized area. High-pressure gas is then used to blow away the molten or vaporized material, forming a cut or seam.

Fiber laser cutting has several advantages over traditional cutting methods such as flame cutting, plasma cutting, waterjet cutting, wire cutting, and stamping. These advantages include:

High precision:

Fiber laser machines can achieve very high levels of precision, with cuts that are typically accurate to within 0.1 mm or less.

High speed:

Fiber laser cutting machines are much faster than traditional cutting methods, with cutting speeds that can be up to 10 times faster.

Low cost:

Fiber laser machines use less energy and require less maintenance than other cutting methods, making them more cost-effective in the long run.


Fiber laser cutting machines can cut a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

Clean cutting:

Fiber laser cutting produces very little waste material, and the cuts are typically very clean, with minimal distortion or burring.