For the average person, materials cutting is a very simple concept to grasp.
The reason is simple and that is that their experience with cutting tends to revolve
around common every day items, such as wood, fabrics and metal such as piping.
Laser Cutting Machines In High Tech Environments
In todays high-tech, often dust free manufacturing environment, the cutting
of materials brings with it new challenges. For instance, consider the problems of
making ultra precision cuts in hardened alloys on a multi-million-dollar satellite,
where even one speck of dust in the wrong place can lead to total disaster.
Todays Solution A Laser Cutting Machine
Todays solution would be to use a laser cutting machine. Of course even
then, an inert gas such as nitrogen might also be used in the cutting zone to
displace ambient oxygen, thus preventing any unwanted chemical reactions
that might produce micro-ash.
Low Tech Applications
Laser cutting machines are also being used today in surprisingly
low tech applications as well. For instance, consider the problems in textile
manufacturing. Laser cutting machines are now able to replace older more
dangerous cutting devices and they can also cut through much deeper stacks
Laser Cutting Machines For Artists and Designers
Even artists and creative designers are now using laser cutting
machines to cut materials such as wood for purely decorative purposes.
You see, laser cutting machines produce far more cleaner cuts and can
easily cut objects of just about any shape.
Difficult to Cut Shapes
For instance, consider the problem that an artist faced in the
past who wanted to cut a wooden ball in half. Not only did he or her have
to figure out how to do it but it had to be done perfectly. With a laser cutting
machine, a beam is simply aimed at the wooden ball as it sits loose on the
cutting table and it's as simple as that.
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