Custom Laser Cutting Cleveland

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  • Custom Laser Cutting

  • 3 Axis Flying Optic System

  • Up To 120"*60"

  • Steel

  • Stainless Steel

  • Aluminum

  • JIT Services

  • Value Added fabrication and Coating


Fast and Economical

At Architectural & Industrial Metal Finishing Company, LLC, our custom laser cutting services offer customers a fast and efficient way to obtain precision cut metal shapes and blanks. Our 3-axis CO2 flying optics laser cutting system has a maximum power output of 2500 W. We can process hot rolled and cold rolled steel, aluminum and stainless steel up to 120” x 60”, in thicknesses up to 0.75”, with an accuracy of .004”. Laser cutting is an ideal solution for economically cutting custom shapes out of sheet and plate without the need for expensive tooling.

Turnaround time is very fast, often 2 or 3 days, and we are equally capable of handling small and large volume production runs. JIT shipping services are also available as a value added service to customers. Additional processing capabilities include powder coating, light fabrication work, welding, cutting, assembly, packaging, and delivery services. For more information about our custom laser cutting capability, see the table below, or contact us directly.

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Custom Laser Cutting Capabilities

Laser Type CO2(Gaseous)
Laser configurationFlying Optics
Cutting Axis3-axis
Maximum output Power2500 watt
Intended Cutting MetalCold Rolled Steel                     Alumunium
Hot Rolled Steel                       Stainless Steel
Cutting Thickness.75 in(steel)
Cutting Lengthup to 120 in
Cutting WidthUp to 60 in
Accuracy.004 in
Additional Services

Light Fabrication                 Assembly

MIG and TIG welding           Packaging

Metal Cutting                      Trucking

Production VolumeSmall to Large runs
Typical Lead Time2 To 3 days
Just In Time(JIT)Warehouse Shipping
Service AreaNorthern Ohio                      Western Michigan
Cleveland, Ohio                   Indianapolis, Ind
Toledo, Ohio                       South Bend, Ind
Akron, Ohio                        Eastern Pennsylvania
Youngstown, Ohio               Western Pennsylvania
Solon, Ohio                        Chicago, Illinois
Detroit, Michigan                 New York
Southeast Michigan

The Benefits of Laser Cutting
Laser cutting is a process that uses a laser to cut materials for engineering or manufacturing applications. A distinctive commercial laser for cutting materials includes a motion control system to follow a CNC or G-code of the pattern to be cut onto the substance. Industrial/engineering laser cutters are used to cut flat-sheet material as well as structural and piping materials. Laser cutting can be used for custom plastic parts, but it can also appropriate to cut wood, foam parts, rubber, and thin custom metal parts.
Laser cutting has many advantages over the mechanical cutting process. The task of work-holding is easier with reduced vibration. Additionally, the cutting accuracy is superior, since the laser beam does not wear throughout the process. There is also a slim chance of warping the material that is to be cut, as laser systems have a little heat-affected zone. Some materials are also very firm or unworkable to cut by more conventional ways.
The fact that laser cutting can eliminate the need for machining on many engineering jobs, it presents the advantages over traditional mechanical cutting techniques:
• Provides clean cut edges without burr or dust formation.
• Minimal deviation.
• Laser cutting ensures extremely fine contours and practically radius-free inner edges.
• Laser cutting offers low thermal influence.
• It is possible to cut various material thicknesses and combinations in one laser cutting operation.
• It ensures separation of integral printed boards.
• Laser cutting ensures no material deformation due to contactless material processing.
• For doing laser cutting no tensioning device or protective cover is required.
• Laser cutting ensures high level of precision and positional accuracy of the cut edges due to automatic recording.
• Laser cutting techniques provide high accuracy with low tolerances.