You know your products inside out, but you're a probably a bit hazier on how parts are made. If you need steel laser cut to make some parts, you may think you just need to hire a company to do the work. They then start talking to you about whether you want to use flatbed or rotary cutting. They want to know if you prefer vaporisation, flame or melt and blow techniques. If this all sounds like gobbledygook, then take a look around my blog. I'm aiming to demystify laser cutting procedures, so you can learn a little more about the ways your steel can be cut.
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