Cutting is a material separation process. The ideal cutting process is the separation of atomic bonds in the cutting plane along a particular line, without affecting the physical state of the material. The cutting methods differ in terms of energy consumption, cutting speed, size of material loss, thermal effect on the material to be cut and the quality of the cut edges.

Cutting with a laser beam is one of the most effective cutting methods. It is a process of locally melting and evaporating a thin metal layer using the energy of a laser beam. A stream of reactive or inert gas assisting the process ejects liquid metal from the cutting gap. In order to achieve the heat required for cutting, the laser beam must be bundled by the appropriate lens and mirror system. This method allows the cutting of any metal shapes, as well as the cutting, engraving and marking of, even with films coated sheets.


Laser cutting

We use a Mitsubishi Electric 4500 W laser with a maximum working area of ​​1565 mm x 3100 mm. Our machine offers excellent quality of edges, often without additional machining, as well as incredible precision – 100% repeatability of the cut parts. The device has two tables designed for processing stainless steel and black steel.


Sheet thickness:

– black steel: 0.5 – 28 mm,

– stainless steel: 0.5 – 25 mm,

– aluminum: 0.5 – 18 mm,

– Brass, copper: 0.5 – 6 mm


Cutting with hydraulic guillotines

Thanks to hydraulic guillotines, which we owe in or machinery, we can offer sheet metal cutting work.

– Cutting width up to 4100 mm,

– Thickness of the sheet up to 6 mm.


Cutting with band saws

We offer cutting of tubes, rods, profiles and construction elements on automatic band saws with a maximum cutting diameter of 100 mm, as well as on automatic saws, which allows the machining of materials with dimensions of ø 500 or 600 mm x 400 mm.