The services we offer consist of Laser cutting and metalworking.

Laser cutting sheet & tube is one of the services we offer as a larger portfolio of laser cutting and metalworking services. Within our arsenal of machines we have a 3kw to 6 kw fiber lasers. Our machines are able to handle a wide arrange of materials and material thicknesses.

Indespensible tools for cutting metals

Fiber lasers we utilize, ranging from 3 kW to 6 kW, have become indispensable tools in modern industrial laser cutting of sheet & tube. These high-power laser systems are capable of delivering the right beam intensity. Cutting with precision and speed, making them ideal for a wide range of metal processing applications.

Advantages of 3kw to 6kw fiber lasers

One of the primary advantages of 3 kW to 6 kW fiber lasers is their ability to effortlessly cut through various metals with remarkable efficiency. Commonly processed materials include stainless steel, mild steel, aluminum, copper, brass, titanium, and alloys.

Broad range of thicknesses and materials

The versatility of fiber lasers for laser cutting sheet & tube allows for precise cutting of these metals across a broad range of thicknesses.

For stainless steel, fiber lasers in this power range can typically handle thicknesses. Ranging from thin gauge sheets (around 0.5 mm) up to thick plates (approximately 25 mm) with ease. Mild steel, often used in structural and construction applications, can be cut across a similar thickness range.

Fiber lasers excel in processing thin aluminum sheets (as thin as 0.5 mm) for applications as automotive or aerospace panels. But also thicker plates (up to 20 mm) used in heavy machinery and structural fabrication.

Copper and brass, known for their excellent conductivity and corrosion resistance. Copper can also be efficiently processed by 3 kW to 6 kW fiber lasers. These lasers can accurately cut copper and brass sheets ranging from 0.5 mm to 8 mm in thickness. Enabling the production of intricate electrical components, decorative elements, and precision parts.

Furthermore, fiber lasers exhibit exceptional cutting performance on titanium and its alloys. Materials commonly used in aerospace, medical, and automotive industries. With their high-power capabilities, fiber lasers can reliably cut titanium sheets ranging from 0.5 mm to 20 mm. Meeting the stringent requirements of these demanding applications.

In short

In summary, 3 kW to 6 kW fiber lasers represent a pinnacle of laser cutting technology, offering manufacturers the ability to process a wide range of metals with precision, speed, and efficiency. From thin gauge sheets to thick plates, these lasers empower industries to achieve superior quality and productivity in metal fabrication, ensuring competitiveness in today’s dynamic market landscape.

For more information on what we can do for you please talk to us. Click on the following resorces for more information on laser cutting in general and fiber laser cutting speciffic.

Fiber laser round
tube cutting

Stainless steel 10mm sheet cut.

Fiber laser square
tube cutting

1.2mm galvanized steel sheet cut.

3D fiber laser
tube cutting

0.8mm brass sheet cut.

Fiber laser tube round cutting

Round tube cut on our 3kW tube laser cutter machine with automatic feeder.

Fiber laser square tube cutting

Square tube cut on our 3kW tube laser cutter machine with automatic feeder

3D fiber laser tube Cutting

3D free form laser cutting machine, which has a 3kW fiber laser cutting source.

Fiber vs CO2 Lasers

Fiber lasers and CO2 lasers are both powerful tools in industrial and scientific applications. They have distinct differences that can make one preferable over the other depending on the specific requirements of a task. Here are some advantages of fiber lasers over CO2 lasers:


Fiber lasers typically operate at shorter wavelengths (around 1 μm) compared to CO2 lasers (around 10 μm). This shorter wavelength allows fiber lasers to be more efficiently absorbed by certain materials (specifically matals). This results in faster cutting and welding speeds.


Fiber lasers are more energy-efficient than CO2 lasers. They convert electrical energy into laser light with higher efficiency, leading to lower operating costs and reduced energy consumption.


Fiber lasers have a simpler design with fewer moving parts compared to CO2 lasers. This results in lower maintenance requirements and longer intervals between servicing, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Beam Quality

Fiber lasers typically produce a higher quality laser beam. This is done with a smaller focal spot size and better beam profile compared to CO2 lasers. This allows for finer and more precise cutting and welding, especially on thin materials.

Compactness and Flexibility

Fiber lasers are more compact and lightweight than CO2 lasers. This makes them easier to integrate into automated systems or to move between workstations. They can also be easily coupled with delivery systems such as fiber optics. This allows for greater flexibility in positioning the laser beam.

Pulse Duration

Fiber lasers can generate much shorter pulse durations compared to CO2 lasers. For applications such as micromachining it improves quality. Especially where precise control over material removal and minimal heat-affected zones are critical.


Fiber laser technology is highly scalable. Allowing for the creation of lasers with a wide range of power levels, from a few watts to multiple kilowatts.

Overall, while CO2 lasers have their own set of advantages. However, fiber lasers offer numerous benefits in terms of efficiency, maintenance, beam quality, and flexibility. This makes them increasingly popular in industrial settings.

For more information on what we can do for you please talk to us. Click on the following resorces for more information on laser cutting in general and fiber laser cutting speciffic.