Laser cutting is a technology that allows to cut products of extremely high detail from a wide range of organic and inorganic materials. The laser beam heats the work surface to a very high temperature, which means that the material simply evaporates at the incision site, forming a thin cut with precise edges. Therefore, laser-cut products no longer need to be further processed. The laser cut is only a few microns wide, so even very complex shapes can be cut with a laser. The laser beam only heats the incision site during cutting, so the materials to be cut do not deform. This cutting method also allows you to cut products from brittle materials. Another advantage of laser cutting is the speed, which depends on the type of material being cut and its thickness. You can laser cut metal, wood, various plastics, paper, materials.