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Laser Cutting

At C&C Fabrications, we have highly skilled experts and machine operators trained to use the latest laser machines to cut precisely through a variety of metals such as steel, stainless steel and aluminium. This ensures you are provided with the highest quality service as this process reduces the time and cost of production as well as removing the possibility of human error.

Specialist Steel Laser Cutting

Laser cutting is the process of using a focused laser to burn metal in a specific area, allowing it to be cut into specific shapes. This gives a greater finish compared to other methods such as metal punching and allows us to create intricate shapes for an affordable price for customers. Laser cutting also allows you to get a precise cut when working with metal that is hard to obtain through other methods. This is great when you require more than one of a part as each individual part is an exact replica, providing you with consistency. This is a commonly used technique at C&C Fabrications due to how accurate it is, meaning our trained staff are extremely knowledgeable on all areas of laser cutting should you need bespoke designs or products manufacturing.

Through our laser cutting process, we can create metal parts for solutions such as racking, mezzanine floors, edge protection, shelving solutions and access points solutions. Our team of experts can laser cut corten aluminium, mild steel and stainless steel using state-of-the-art equipment to create complex product designs. These can provide solutions for numerous industries including warehousing, retail, construction, office, commercial and industrial.

The quick and waste-reducing process of laser cutting helps us to provide you with the best service possible whilst reducing handling and labour costs, making the whole process more cost-efficient for you and your business.

As part of our overall solutions process, laser cutting is a key component along with powder coating and steel fabrication. Metal fabrication requires high levels of detail, our commitment to providing you with the highest quality laser cutting service is what helps make us steel fabrication specialists. With over 23 years of experience in metal fabrication and laser cutting, you can trust we have the knowledge and expertise to provide you with the highest quality steel fabrication services.

We understand you require bespoke and highly detailed metal parts and components shaped provide you with fabricated solutions. By working with you, we can produce accurately cut metal components that are a precise and cost-effective solutions of the highest quality for a wide variety of applicants.

To find out how we can help you with your laser cutting needs, please contact us by emailing info@candcfabrications.co.uk or calling 01977 670 067.


Laser Cutting

What machinery is used to laser cut?

Using our state-of-the-art 6 ½ Kw Fibre Laser Machines, we can accurately laser cut metal into any shape.

How is laser cutting different to other similar methods?

Laser cutting is known as a very efficient metal cutting method. This is due to it taking significantly less time than similar methods, as well as producing less waste and spare material.

What type of products can be created with laser cutting?

Laser cutting can cut any shape into metal, including company logos and images. We can also cut metal into specific shapes using laser cutters, which provides an extremely accurate finish.

Do we offer just laser cutting as a service?

Yes, if you have a fabricated piece of metal that you would like to be laser cut, we’d be happy to help you with your project.

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Expert Metal Fabrication

At C&C, we fabricate a range of different products. From mezzanine floors, safety barriers, bollards, machine guards, suspended walkways and platforms to staircases, lifting frames and work stations. Read some of our informative articles to see how our products and services can help you.

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