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Online Laser Cutting Services

KARV Automation offers industrial-grade on-demand laser cutting services to pace up your manufacturing business. Our workshops are equipped with advanced machines and software to deliver excellent-quality finishing with a faster turnaround. Leveraging our modern machines, we offer laser cutting with an accuracy of up to +/-0.1 mm.

We offer a wide range of 40+ industrial-grade materials to fulfil your every bespoke requirement. Apart from our definitive material collection, if you need any unique materials, our team can arrange them without any MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity).

KARV Automation also brings in a complete range of post-production surface finishing options as per your requirements. We offer our robust custom laser cutting services worldwide with a delivery time of a minimum of one week. Take advantage of our both on-shore and off-shore services to boost manufacturing productivity.

How Laser Cutting Works

The laser optics are utilized to direct the electrical energy into a powerful light beam. And the CNC machine is leveraged to control either the laser beam or the workpiece. The laser cutter's beam generally has a diameter of approx 0.1-0.3 mm with power ranges from 1-3 KW. The thickness of cutting materials ranges from 0.25 mm to 1.9 mm.

At KARV Automation, we specialize in delivering state-of-the-art laser-cutting solutions that push the boundaries of innovation. Our cutting-edge technology empowers industries across the globe, transforming ordinary materials into extraordinary works of art, intricate designs, and unparalleled precision.

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  • Laser Generation: The process starts with generating a high-powered laser beam. The laser beam is produced by exciting a laser medium, which could be a gas, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), or a solid-state crystal, such as neodymium-doped yttrium aluminium garnet (Nd:YAG). This excitation creates photons that are emitted as laser light.
  • Beam Delivery System: The laser beam is then guided and directed through a beam delivery system, which typically consists of mirrors and lenses. The purpose of this system is to control and focus the laser beam onto the material to be cut.
  • Material Setup: The material to be cut is positioned on a work surface, which is usually a table that can be moved in multiple directions. Fixturing or clamping mechanisms may be used to secure the material in place to ensure accuracy during the cutting process.
  • Beam Focusing: The laser beam passes through a focusing lens, which concentrates the beam's energy into a small and intense spot. The laser beam achieves its highest power density at the focal point, enabling precise cutting.
  • Material Cutting: Several processes occur simultaneously as the focused laser beam interacts with the material's surface. These processes include:
    • Absorption: The material absorbs the laser beam's energy, converting it into heat. The absorption characteristics depend on the material's properties, colour, and composition.
    • Melting and Vaporization: The intense heat generated by the absorbed laser energy causes the material to melt and, in some cases, vaporize. The high-energy density of the laser beam results in rapid heating and localized melting/vaporization of the material at the focal point.
    • Assist Gas: To facilitate the cutting process, an assist gas, such as nitrogen or oxygen, is often used. This gas is directed through a nozzle near the laser beam's focal point. It helps blow away molten or vaporized material from the cut path and keeps the cutting area clean.
    • Kerf Formation: The laser beam's movement, combined with the assist gas, creates a narrow and precise cut known as the kerf. The kerf width depends on various factors, including laser power, material thickness, and desired cut quality.
  • CNC Control: Computer numerical control (CNC) systems typically control laser cutting machines. These systems interpret digital designs or drawings, guiding the laser beam along the desired cutting path. The CNC control ensures accuracy, speed, and repeatability in the cutting process.

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Laser Cutting Materials

Engineers adjust the laser beam power Depending on the material and required thickness. The block of material processed by the laser beam is either melted, burned, or vaporized using an oxygen or nitrogen jet. Below are some of the materials that we can laser-cut as per your custom manufacturing requirements.

  • Metals: Laser cutting is widely used in metal fabrication industries. It can cut materials like stainless steel, mild steel, aluminium, copper, brass, and titanium. The thickness of the metal that can be cut depends on the power of the laser and the specific machine used.
  • Wood: Laser cutting is famous for cutting different types of wood, including plywood, MDF (medium-density fiberboard), solid wood, veneer, and even exotic woods. It is commonly used in the furniture, signage, and architectural industries.
  • Plastics: Many types of plastics can be laser cut, including acrylic (also known as Plexiglas or Perspex), polycarbonate, ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene), PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol), and foam materials like polyethylene foam or polyurethane foam.

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  • Leather: Laser cutting provides precise cuts on leather materials, making it popular in the fashion and upholstery industries. It is commonly used for cutting leather pieces for shoes, bags, garments, and accessories.
  • Fabric and textiles: Laser cutting is used for the intricate cutting of various fabrics, such as cotton, polyester, silk, felt, denim, and synthetic materials. It enables precise designs, patterns, and details, making it useful in the fashion, upholstery, and automotive industries.
  • Paper and cardboard: Laser cutting suits delicate materials like paper and cardboard. It is commonly used to create intricate designs, paper crafts, invitations, packaging prototypes, and architectural models.
  • Foam: Laser cutting can be used for cutting foam materials like polyethylene foam, polyurethane foam, and EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate). It is often utilized in packaging, inserts, padding, and insulation applications.
  • Glass: Although other methods like scoring and breaking more commonly process glass, laser cutting can be used on thin glass or delicate glass materials. It is typically used for artistic and decorative applications.

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Benefits of Laser Cutting

  • Precision and Accuracy: Laser cutting offers exceptional precision and accuracy, allowing for intricate and detailed designs. The laser beam is controlled by computer numerical control (CNC), ensuring precise cutting along the intended path. This level of precision makes laser cutting ideal for creating complex shapes and patterns.
  • Versatility: Laser cutting proves versatile across a wide range of materials, encompassing metals like stainless steel, aluminum, and brass, as well as plastics, wood, leather, fabric, acrylic, and numerous others. It provides the flexibility to work with different materials, making it suitable for various industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, signage, jewellery, and packaging.
  • No Contact Cutting: Laser cutting is a contactless procedure, indicating that the laser beam never makes physical contact with the material being cut. This eliminates the need for clamping or holding the fabric in place, minimizing the risk of damage or distortion. It also reduces the wear and tear on cutting tools, resulting in longer tool life and lower maintenance costs.

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  • Clean and Burr-Free Cuts: Laser cutting produces clean, smooth, and precise cuts without secondary finishing operations. The focused laser beam melts, burns, or vaporizes the material, leaving a narrow kerf and minimal heat-affected zone (HAZ). This results in sharp edges, reducing the need for additional deburring or cleaning steps.
  • Speed and Efficiency: Laser cutting is a fast and efficient process, particularly for thin and medium-thickness materials. The high cutting speed of the laser beam allows for quick production cycles and increased productivity. Laser cutting machines can easily switch between different cutting patterns, minimizing setup time and enabling rapid prototyping.
  • Design Flexibility: Laser cutting can quickly achieve intricate and complex designs. The CNC control and computer-aided design (CAD) software allow designers to create detailed and intricate shapes, patterns, and engravings. The expansive nature of this flexibility unlocks an extensive array of opportunities for tailoring and individualization.
  • Minimal Material Waste: Laser cutting is a highly efficient process that minimizes waste. The narrow kerf width of the laser beam ensures optimal material utilization, reducing scrap and maximizing yield. Additionally, the ability to nest multiple parts within a single sheet of material further optimizes material usage and reduces costs.
  • Non-Contact Engraving and Marking: Laser-cutting machines can also be used for engraving and marking operations. Laser engraving provides permanent, precise, high-quality markings on various materials, including metals, plastics, glass, and wood. It is widely used for adding logos, serial numbers, barcodes, decorative designs, and other information to products.
  • Automation and Integration: Laser cutting can be easily integrated into automated manufacturing processes. CNC-controlled laser cutting machines can be programmed to operate continuously, allowing for unattended or lights-out production. This integration enhances productivity, reduces labour costs, and improves workflow efficiency.
  • Safety: Laser cutting systems are designed with safety features to protect operators and ensure safe operation. Enclosed cutting areas, interlocking systems, and automated material handling mechanisms minimize the risk of accidents and exposure to laser radiation.

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Laser Cutting Applications

Laser-cutting applications have transformed numerous industries, and KARV Automation has been at the forefront of this revolution. KARV Automation has empowered manufacturers, architects, advertisers, packagers, and fashion designers to push boundaries and achieve new levels of precision and creativity through their state-of-the-art laser cutting systems. With KARV Automation's cutting-edge solutions, the future of laser cutting applications looks promising, and industries can continue to benefit from the versatility and precision offered by this remarkable technology.

  • Industrial Manufacturing: Laser cutting is extensively used in industrial manufacturing processes to cut and shape materials such as metal sheets, tubes, and pipes. It is commonly employed in industries like automotive, aerospace, electronics, and shipbuilding for creating intricate parts and components with high precision.
  • Automotive Industry: Laser cutting technology is extensively used in the automotive industry for cutting and shaping metal sheets for various applications, including body panels, chassis components, exhaust systems, and interior trim pieces. It offers high precision and efficiency in mass production.

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  • Signage and Advertising: Laser cutting is widely utilized in the signage and advertising industry to create customized and intricate designs on materials like acrylic, wood, foam, and metal. It allows for precise cutting and engraving of letters, logos, and decorative elements, enabling the production of eye-catching signs and displays.
  • Architecture and Interior Design: Laser cutting is employed in architecture and interior design for creating intricate patterns, textures, and decorative elements on materials like wood, acrylic, and metal. It enables the production of custom-made furniture, wall panels, room dividers, and intricate architectural structures.
  • Jewellery and Fashion: Laser cutting is used in the jewellery and fashion industry to cut and engrave intricate designs on various materials like metals, leather, and fabrics. It allows for the precise cutting of intricate patterns and shapes, enabling the production of unique and detailed jewellery pieces, accessories, and textiles.
  • Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing: Laser cutting is widely used in prototyping and rapid manufacturing processes to quickly create precise models and prototypes. It offers high accuracy and versatility, allowing designers and engineers to iterate and test their designs efficiently before moving on to mass production.
  • Medical Devices and Equipment: Laser cutting is employed in the medical industry for manufacturing various medical devices and equipment. It is used to cut and shape materials like stainless steel, titanium, and polymers to create surgical instruments, implants, stents, and other medical components with high precision and accuracy.
  • Electronics and PCB Manufacturing: Laser cutting is used in electronics manufacturing to produce precise components and printed circuit boards (PCBs). It can cut thin sheets of materials like copper, fibreglass, and other substrates to create intricate circuit patterns and microscale features.

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Surface Finishing

KARV Automation offers a wide range of surface finishing options to achieve your required texture. Some of the standard surface finishing includes:

  • Chrome Plating
  • Polishing
  • Anodizing
  • Powder Coat
  • Painting
  • Etching
  • Sanding
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Reasons to Hire KARV Automation for Laser Cutting Services

  • Cutting-Edge Technology: KARV Automation maintains its cutting-edge position by making substantial investments in state-of-the-art laser cutting technology. Our cutting-edge equipment ensures unparalleled precision, enabling us to accurately deliver the most intricate and complex designs. With our advanced machinery, we guarantee exceptional results every time.
  • Expertise and Experience: With years of experience in the laser cutting industry, our team of highly skilled professionals possess a wealth of knowledge. We have successfully executed numerous projects across various sectors from concept to completion. When you hire KARV Automation, you benefit from the knowledge and skill set of seasoned professionals who understand the intricacies of laser cutting.
  • Versatility and Flexibility: We pride ourselves on catering to diverse customer needs. We can handle many projects, whether you require intricate designs for architectural models or precision components for industrial applications. Our team can work with various materials, including metals, plastics, wood, and more, ensuring that your vision is brought to life, no matter the complexity.
  • Time and Cost Efficiency: Time is money, and at KARV Automation, we understand the value of both. Our state-of-the-art laser cutting processes are optimized for efficiency, allowing us to deliver projects within tight deadlines without compromising quality. Additionally, our streamlined production methods and cost-effective solutions ensure that you receive exceptional value for your investment.
  • Uncompromising Quality: Quality is at the heart of everything we do. We have implemented rigorous quality control measures at every stage of the laser cutting process to ensure flawless results. From material selection to the final inspection, we maintain strict standards to meet and exceed your expectations. When you opt for KARV Automation, you can have complete confidence that your project is entrusted to a team of skilled experts who prioritize nothing but excellence.
  • Customer Satisfaction: Our primary objective is to ensure your complete satisfaction. We are committed to fostering enduring and robust connections with our clients through outstanding service. Our devoted team is constantly prepared to support you, offering transparent communication, prompt responses, and tailor-made solutions. We value your vision and work tirelessly to bring it to fruition, ensuring you are delighted with the final outcome.

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