precision laser cutting

Telephone: 0115 9 443428

Our company goal is to offer a world class service to all customers. From a rapid response to any enquiry, to the quick and safe delivery of ordered parts

Tel: 0115 9 443428 Email: sales@fclaser.co.uk

Fiber Laser Cutting

As laser operators with over 20 years’ experience we aim to realise the full potential from our machines we have Europe’s largest installation of three 10 kW Bystronic Bystar Fiber lasers up to 4M x 2M bed size, the business is literally at the ‘cutting edge’ of technology.

Whatever the material and however complicated the cut; the ByStar Fiber provides the highest parts output available and at an unmatchable premium cutting quality. This impressive piece of kit can make light work on a wide range of materials, the Bystar Fiber easily cuts through thicknesses of 25 mm mild steel; 30 mm stainless steel; 30 mm aluminium; 15 mm copper and 12 mm brass.

laser-cutting

Where possible we try to reduce our customers’ manufacturing and shop floor handling time. Value added laser services include:

  • Laser part etching and weld positions for assemblies – if you are using chalk to mark laser parts, you can now do this operation on the laser, it is cheaper and more precise.
  • Laser cut apertures 60% of the plate thickness as standard (less on request).  This opens design opportunities and eliminates expensive secondary machine operations.

We would welcome an opportunity to quote for your next laser cutting project.

isoqar registered, ukas product certification, iso 9001, bs en 1090



Contact Us

Telephone

0115 9 443428

Email

sales@fclaser.co.uk

Address

Unit 8, Lows Lane
Stanton by Dale
Ilkeston
Derbyshire, DE7 4QU

Mission Statement

“Our company goal is to offer a world class service to all customers.

From a rapid response to any enquiry, to the quick and safe delivery of ordered parts.”

- Danny Fantom (Managing Director)

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