Laser Cutting

Laser Cutting

The laser has revolutionized the metal working industry. From guiding to locating to cutting, we depend on the laser in the modern metal working shop. At Ginko Metal Works LLC we use all types of lasers, but our laser cutting is where we truly shine. We presently have four laser cutters allowing us to optimize our cutting process insuring we’re able to match the job to the best process. With the diversity of our lasers, you can be assured your job will run on the optimum equipment for your project. The lasers each have their own specialties in cutting. Power, Speed, Maneuverability, Blank Size, Thickness, and Cost to Operate are unique for each of our lasers. Our most powerful Flying Optics Laser is capable of cutting ¾” cold roll steel plate. We have two fixed head laser cutters that require less power and can handle larger projects. They can handle very large parts by re-indexing the part on the servo-positioned table, and our latest addition is a Laser Engraver/Cutter designed to cut smaller more complicated parts. This unit can be used for finer applications and engraving. Even though lasers are typically used for Iron, Steel, and Aluminum, they can cut most materials including metallic and non-Metallic materials. Accuracy and repeatability are the trademark of our lasers. They have the ability to cut ¾” cold roll steel, while on the other end, we can cut sheet Aluminum as thin as .010” while maintaining our high tolerances.
The Amada 667-II Lasers are 2400 Watt Fanuc Lasers and CNC Controllers. These two have movable tables with re-indexing, effectively doubling the working area providing us the ability to cut even the largest oversized projects. Our Amada Laser FO-3015 has a Fanuc 4000 Watt Flying Optics Laser and CNC Controller and with the ability to cut up to ¾” cold roll steel plate with an accuracy of .0002”. Its fixed table offers a working area of 121” x 61” and the cast iron frame has a workload of 2000 pounds. Even with all that power, it can still cut this ⅛” Blue Lexan.
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Laser Cutting Machining Punching Welding and Weldment
© Ginko Metal Works LLC

Laser Cutting

The laser has revolutionized the metal working industry. From guiding to locating to cutting, we depend on the laser in the modern metal working shop. At Ginko Metal Works LLC we use all types of lasers, but our laser cutting is where we truly shine. We presently have four laser cutters allowing us to optimize our cutting process insuring we’re able to match the job to the best process. With the diversity of our lasers, you can be assured your job will run on the optimum equipment for your project. The lasers each have their own specialties in cutting. Power, Speed, Maneuverability, Blank Size, Thickness, and Cost to Operate are unique for each of our lasers. Our most powerful Flying Optics Laser is capable of cutting ¾” cold roll steel plate. We have two fixed head laser cutters that require less power and can handle larger projects. They can handle very large parts by re- indexing the part on the servo-positioned table, and our latest addition is a Laser Engraver/Cutter designed to cut smaller more complicated parts. This unit can be used for finer applications and engraving. Even though lasers are typically used for Iron, Steel, and Aluminum, they can cut most materials including metallic and non-Metallic materials. Accuracy and repeatability are the trademark of our lasers. They have the ability to cut ¾” cold roll steel, while on the other end, we can cut sheet Aluminum as thin as .010” while maintaining our high tolerances.
The Amada 667-II Lasers are 2400 Watt Fanuc Lasers and CNC Controllers. These two have movable tables with re-indexing, effectively doubling the working area providing us the ability to cut even the largest oversized projects. Our Amada Laser FO-3015 has a Fanuc 4000 Watt Flying Optics Laser and CNC Controller and with the ability to cut up to ¾” cold roll steel plate with an accuracy of .0002”. Its fixed table offers a working area of 121” x 61” and the cast iron frame has a workload of 2000 pounds. Even with all that power, it can still cut this ⅛” Blue Lexan.
Laser Cutting
Machining
Punching
Welding

Laser Cutting

Laser Cutting

The laser has revolutionized the metal working industry. From guiding to locating to cutting, we depend on the laser in the modern metal working shop. At Ginko Metal Works LLC we use all types of lasers, but our laser cutting is where we truly shine. We presently have four laser cutters allowing us to optimize our cutting process insuring we’re able to match the job to the best process. With the diversity of our lasers, you can be assured your job will run on the optimum equipment for your project. The lasers each have their own specialties in cutting. Power, Speed, Maneuverability, Blank Size, Thickness, and Cost to Operate are unique for each of our lasers. Our most powerful Flying Optics Laser is capable of cutting ¾” cold roll steel plate. We have two fixed head laser cutters that require less power and can handle larger projects. They can handle very large parts by re-indexing the part on the servo-positioned table, and our latest addition is a Laser Engraver/Cutter designed to cut smaller more complicated parts. This unit can be used for finer applications and engraving. Even though lasers are typically used for Iron, Steel, and Aluminum, they can cut most materials including metallic and non- Metallic materials. Accuracy and repeatability are the trademark of our lasers. They have the ability to cut ¾” cold roll steel, while on the other end, we can cut sheet Aluminum as thin as .010” while maintaining our high tolerances.
The Amada 667-II Lasers are 2400 Watt Fanuc Lasers and CNC Controllers. These two have movable tables with re-indexing, effectively doubling the working area providing us the ability to cut even the largest oversized projects. Our Amada Laser FO-3015 has a Fanuc 4000 Watt Flying Optics Laser and CNC Controller and with the ability to cut up to ¾” cold roll steel plate with an accuracy of .0002”. Its fixed table offers a working area of 121” x 61” and the cast iron frame has a workload of 2000 pounds. Even with all that power, it can still cut this ⅛” Blue Lexan.
© Ginko Metal Works LLC
Made with Xara