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How To Choose Laser Cutting Machine?

After years of development, there are more and more types of laser cutting machines, and their functions and performance are constantly upgraded, becoming more user-friendly. At present, the familiar and commonly used types of laser cutting machines include CO2 laser cutting machines and fiber laser cutting machines. For these laser cutting equipment, which ones are better?


CO2 laser cutting machine

Due to the special properties of CO2 lasers, they can process metal and non-metallic materials, mainly targeting large and medium-sized enterprises as well as some laser cutting and processing enterprises that only process externally. This type of cutting machine consumes a lot of electricity and frequently replaces consumables. However, its application in non-metallic materials is relatively extensive and its technology is very mature, still occupying an important position in the laser cutting machine market.


Fiber laser cutting machine

At first, fiber laser cutting machines were very suitable for high-speed cutting of thin metal sheets. Nowadays, the scope and functions of this type of cutting machine are no longer limited to this. As a mainstream laser metal cutting machine, fiber laser cutting machine can not only save processing materials and reduce consumables, but also reduce electricity consumption and save processing time. This model is mainly aimed at manufacturers with high processing requirements. It has an ultra-fast processing speed for thin plate cutting, with small cutting seams and minimal light spots, making it suitable for fine cutting.


The laser-cutting machine is widely used in food packaging, pharmaceutical packaging, architectural ceramics, clothing accessories, leather, fabric cutting, craft gifts, rubber products, electronic components packaging, shell nameplate, and so on. Suitable for paper, wood, glass, leather, and other materials.


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