Which materials can be cut with the CO2 laser?
Fabrics &textiles, And also rubber, leather, metals, Wood, paper, cardboard, plastic, and ceramics: the potential applications of the CO2 laser are endless.CO2 laser dates back to 1964: since then it has been successfully employed in several industrial sectors.
However, there are still lots of confusions about how the laser can be used. Which materials can be cut by the CO2 laser machine? What are the potential applications of the CO2 laser?
In this article we provide you with a list of materials that can be easily cut with the CO2 laser.
The materials that can be cut by the CO2 laser fall into three main categories:
- Fabrics and textiles
- Polymethylmethacrylate and other acrylic plastics
- Leather, wallpaper and similar products
- Food and plants
- Wood and derivatives
- Paper and derivatives
- Mild steel
- Aluminium, titanium, and other metal alloys
All industrial sectors that need to process these different materials can thus use the laser CO2 for a faster, smoother, and more precise cutting process.
As the expert of fabrics & textiles laser cutting solutions ，Mimowork focus on following materials:
- Velcro material
- Plush fabric
- Composite materials
- Ceramic Fiber
- Polyacrylonitrile carbon
- Spacer fabric
- Filter fleece
- Knitted fabrics
- Technical textiles
- Synthetic textiles
The list above is just a short list of the many different materials that can be processed by the CO2 lasers: there are lots of other materials that can be cut with the CO2 laser. Research on the applications of the CO2 laser cutting machine is still an ongoing process, of which experimentation plays an important role: only experimentation provides us with certainty about the possible applications. For this reason we invite you to contact us whereby the material you want to work is not presented in the above list. Together we will find you the solution that fits your needs!