Laser technology has a relatively “young” history: in 50 years, it has become the applied standard, not only regularly used in industry, but also in small companies and workshops.
Laser is a light beam, however in physics it is defined a photon beam, where light waves are processed to reach the same direction and the same wavelength.
In industry, tube laser cutting is a highly efficient procedure, using precise technology capable of directing the light beam onto the material, and using computer control, adequately focusing it to make the cut. By doing so, an accurately cut tubular profile can be obtained, with excellent quality.
Laser technology, the advantages of an innovative application.
Laser cutting technology is obtained through computerised control, and is applied to various materials such as sheet metal, sheets, tubes and structural materials. The first laser cutting machine was created in the United States in 1965, in a Western Electric Engineering Research Centre, with the purpose of making precise holes on diamond matrixes. Laser technology has come a long way since then and currently represents a valid and increasingly popular choice, capable of even being thirty times faster than mechanical cutting.
Furthermore, laser cutting on a tube is particularly clean, because the light beam making the cut never wears and no residual particle can spoil the cut material. Laser technology is precise, reliable, clean and does not require further finishing.
Giulipas specialises in tubular profile cutting and can offer a highly customised service based on client requirements.