We currently are running an AMADA 400 WATT FOM2 laser machine. It has a working area of 60" x 120".
Laser cutting is designed to concentrate high amounts of energy into a small, well-defined spot. Typically, the laser cutting beam is approximately .004 - .012 of an inch in diameter when using CO2 lasers. The resulting energy created by the LASER melts, or vaporizes materials in this small-defined area and a gas such as oxygen, or nitrogen are used to blow the vaporized material out of the kerf.
The beam's energy is applied directly where it is needed, minimizing the heat affected zone surrounding the area being cut. Laser cutting is very cost-effective process with maximum flexibility