One of the most advanced technological processes of our time is the machining of parts with 3D laser technology, which, in addition to its unbroken development, has a constant market penetration.
This branch of laser technology is suitable for solving tasks that could not be solved with traditional manufacturing methods – or only with great difficulty and cost. It is also able to make holes, engravings and end cuts with a hundredth of a minute accuracy in zones of semi-finished parts in different phases, which is almost impossible with other technology and can be done without cutting deformation.
Cuts can be made in hard-to-reach places, such as bending zones, without complication by the help of a programmable robot head. In addition, the rotating table can be used to reduce the downtime due to product changes to almost zero, as this ensures continuous production.
Thus, it is safe to say that this type of machining is fast, accurate and easy to apply even in hard-to-reach places of various shapes / shapes. Respectively, it has outstanding efficiency and productivity.