Flat Sheet Laser Cutting

Our cutting-edge technology allows us to provide unparalleled mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminium sheet laser cutting services. We stock a wide range of metals in varying thicknesses, which enables us to meet your project deadlines without any compromise on quality. Say goodbye to the traditional methods of processing sheet metal as our laser cutting services guarantee accuracy and precision, producing complex, intricate designs seamlessly. Simply provide us with your files, and we will deliver the perfect solutions to meet your specific needs. Trust us to be your reliable partner in delivering you clean, fast, and precise solutions.


Maximum sheet size: 3000mm x 1500mm

Typical machining tolerance: +/- 0.2mm

Mild Steel: 20mm max thickness

Stainless Steel: 6mm max thickness

Aluminum: 6mm max thickness

What is laser cutting?

Laser cutting is a highly efficient and technologically advanced cutting technique that uses focused high-powered lasers to precisely cut through different types of materials, particularly metal. 

It is a widely preferred method in the industrial world due to its unmatched speed and cost-effectiveness. This process also generates minimal material wastage and reduced lead times.

Given its numerous benefits and efficient performance, laser cutting is rapidly gaining popularity in various industries, especially in metal fabrication and manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and electronics. 

So, if you’re looking for a reliable and efficient way to cut your metal, look no further!


Laser cutting is a highly advantageous process that has become increasingly popular in the metal fabrication industry. Its many benefits have contributed to making it a superior option compared to traditional techniques.



One of the key advantages of laser cutting is its repeatability. With computer controlled machines, we are able to achieve optimal path and speed, leading to minimal variation between parts.


Higher cutting precision and area utilisation

Other benefits include accuracy and area utilisation. Components can be closely positioned, resulting in greater material efficiency and lower costs per part.



Finally, laser cutting is known for producing higher-quality cuts and edges, which significantly reduces the need for extra post-cut finishing. This saves the customer valuable time and resources, leaving them satisfied with the end result.