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CNC Sheet metal cutting

SM offers sheet metal cutting services using CNC plasma or laser cutting machines ensuring high dimensional accuracy and a perfect quality of end surfaces after cutting.

SM specialists can manufacture parts using customers’ drawings, samples, dxf files or 3D models.

HyperTherm plasma cutting machine

Technical data

Cutting capacities:

  • Cutting up to 36 mm using plasma
  • Cutting up to 200 mm using gas

Non-ferrous metal: Yes

Working area: 3000 mm x 5500 mm

The machine includes KOIKE table and HyperTherm plasma cutting system which allows cutting parts up to 36 mm thick by plasma cutter and up to 200 mm by two gas cutting torches.

The main point of the table is ability to use Hi-Focus technology for compression and focusing of plasma flow. As a result, geometric accuracy of the parts cut by this machine is as high as by laser cutting.   

The quality of cutting edges by sheet metal parts over 12 mm thick is in accordance with DIN 2310-IID.

Working area of the table is 3000 mm x 5500 mm. The machine is provided with a full-featured computer and nesting software including standard parts library.  

Using this kind of machinery guarantees quick and easy cutting of standard shaped parts such as rectangles, squares, rings etc. without preliminary nesting. For cutting parts of a complex irregular shape layout optimization can be generated in order to increase the metal utilization coefficient.


Mazak laser cutting machine

Technical data

Cutting capacities:

  • Steel up to 15 mm
  • Stainless steel up to 10 mm
  • Aluminum up to 10 mm

Working area: 2000 mm x 4160 mm

MAZAK Turbo (2.5 kW ) laser cutting system for sheet metal cutting made in Japan in 2008 guarantees an excellent cut quality on carbon steel up to 15 mm thick, aluminum sheets up to 10 mm thick, stainless steel sheets up
to 10 mm thick. MAZAK Turbo laser cutting machine enables to cut any sheet metal parts of a complex irregular shape providing high accuracy. Oxygen
(О2) and nitrogen (N2) are used for cutting. 

As compared to traditional cutting methods laser cutting has the following advantages:

  • No mechanical impact on the workpiece
  • Focused laser light enables cutting of almost any material with any thermophysical properties
  • High layout accuracy of the workpieces due to excellent positioning accuracy of the laser head
  • Can be used for cutting easy deformable and flexible parts
  • Small diameter of a laser beam
  • High capacity due to high-power laser light
  • Many sheet metal types and highly complex shapes and outer part boundaries are well suited for laser cutting