Sheet metal laser cutting is to irradiate the material to be cut with the high power density laser beam, so that the material is quickly heated to the vaporization temperature and evaporates to form holes. As the beam moves to the material, the hole continuously forms a slit with a very narrow width (eg, about 0.1 mm) to complete the cutting of the material. With the continuous development of the storage tank industry in sight, more and more industries and enterprises have used storage tanks, and more and more enterprises have entered the storage tank industry. However, because the cost of the subsequent process is reduced, it is feasible to use this equipment in mass production. Because there is no tooling cost, laser cutting equipment is also suitable for producing small-sized parts of various sizes that could not be processed originally. Laser cutting equipment usually uses a computerized digital control technology (CNC) device. After using the device, you can use the telephone line to receive cutting data from a computer-aided design (CAD) workstation.
Laser cutting is to use a focused high power density laser beam to irradiate the workpiece, so that the irradiated material quickly melts, vaporizes, ablate or reaches the ignition point, and at the same time, the molten material is blown off by the high-speed air flow coaxial with the beam to cut the workpiece. Sheet metal laser cutting is one of the thermal cutting methods.