What is a CO2 Laser?

Carbon dioxide lasers have the highest power of the current continuous wave lasers with an extremely efficient ratio of output power to pump power. Because there are two beams with different wavelengths, cutting and engraving metal with a CO2 laser is easy. This laser is commonly found in industrial applications to cut and weld, as well as medicinal practices during surgeries. It works best with painted metals and anodized aluminum, but it can also easily cut into organic materials like rubber, wood and acrylic. Because of this versatility, the highly skilled engineering teams are experts in how a CO2 laser works in order to use it for a variety of clients.

Choose The Aerofab CO2 Laser Cutter

As a leading Tier 1 supplier to the aerospace and energy markets, Aerofab specializes in the manufacture of complex sheet metal fabrication and precision machined components made from superalloys and stainless steels. Our projects are vertically integrated, meaning they are completely done under one roof. One team sees the entire process from start to finish, lessening production time and giving our customers amazing product for a better price than what our competitors can offer.

Aerofab is a division of Tube Processing Corporation, located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Operating from the heartland of the United States gives us the unique advantage to work with clients all around the country and across the world.