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Production Welding & Design
Prototype Design

Steel Cutting Services

Up to 2" thick

Material Can We Cut :

  • Aluminum 

  • Stainless Steel

  • Carbon Steel

  • Copper

processes Offered

  • Plasma

  • Waterjet

  • Laser

  • Laser Engraving

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What is .....


Plasma cutting

is a process that cuts through electrically conductive materials by means of an accelerated jet of hot plasma. Typical materials cut with a plasma torch include steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass and copper, although other conductive metals may be cut as well.



  • Cuts a wide variety of metals

  • Delivers accuracies better than 0.008”

  • Impressive hole quality

  • Most Economical Process

  • Rapid cutting speeds

Laser cutting

Provides precision cutting via a laser guided by a CAD file. CO2 lasers are one of the primary types of lasers used for this purpose. The process involves firing a laser that cuts by melting, burning or vaporizing a workpiece or base material. Laser cutting offers a fine level of cutting detail on many different types of materials. While a CO2 laser cannot cut through ceramics or plastics due to the heat involved.


  • Fast speed

  • Allows for cutting of complex shapes at faster speeds without the need for tooling.

  • Efficient job processing

  • Reliable

  • Cuts many materials of varying thicknesses simultaneously

  • Can cut very narrow widths

  • Cuts both metals and nonmetals

Waterjet cutting

is the most versatile process for cutting complex shapes. It uses an ultra-high-pressure water stream to carry an abrasive grit, which cuts through almost any material. This process provides a smooth, precision cut. Waterjet cutting can cut virtually any material with the exception of highly brittle surfaces such as tempered glass.


  • Can cut into virtually any kind of material

  • Does not overheat the material adjacent to the cut thus maintaining its form.

  • Produces no hazardous waste

  • Reduces disposal costs

  • Highly accurate

  • Can cut thick materials

Laser Cut
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