The process of carbon dioxide laser cutting is a fascinating, precise, scientific art that yields impressive results.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 05, 2014
What are CO2 lasers? This topic isn’t one that is usually on most people’s list of things to talk about, but Cutting Edge Laser’s recent informative article about this form of industrial revolutionizing power should add it to yours.
The article, designed to concisely explain how carbon dioxide lasers work and how they are important for manufacturing, was released just days ago by Cutting Edge Laser on their blog.
“The process of carbon dioxide laser cutting is a fascinating, precise, scientific art that yields impressive results,” the article states.
The article explains that CO2 lasers are produced by discharging an electric current through a medium of carbon dioxide gas. The electricity excites the photons within the tube of carbon dioxide, producing energy. Part of this is released through refractive half-silvered mirrors, resulting in the infrared stream of light that forms the laser beam. The article discusses how the half-silvered mirrors also reflect the photons back into the reactive area, causing the continuous nature of the laser beam, as it is able to partially self-sustain from the refracted energy.
Cutting Edge Laser’s article expresses their delight at the ability to use manufacturing equipment that not only allows for eco-friendly production, but also produces precision other methods are unable to provide. “The more people are made aware of these manufacturing achievements, the more that people will turn to these precise and sustainable ways to meet their metal needs,” a Cutting Edge Laser representative stated.
For more information on Cutting Edge Laser’s technology and production processes, visit their services page.
About Cutting Edge Laser:
CEL Manufacturing was founded in 1995 as Cutting Edge Laser, Inc. with the objective of servicing Puget Sound’s laser cutting and sheet metal fabrication requirements. From early on there was a commitment to equip the shop floor with the latest technology in metal processing equipment. Today, their services have expanded from laser cutting to sheet metal fabrication, machining, forming, welding, rapid prototyping, and design and engineer.
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18620 141st Ave NE # A, Woodinville, WA