Tips for Cutting Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine

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Many customers who purchase metal fiber laser cutting machines need to process metal sheets. At this time, metal fiber laser cutting machines are highly favored by customers due to their high cutting accuracy and speed. So, are there any tips for using metal fiber laser cutting machines to process metal sheets?

Metal fiber laser cutting machine

It is important to locate the focus of a metal fiber laser cutting machine when cutting sheet metal. The simple tips are as follows:

  1. Printing method: Move the cutting head from top to bottom and perform fiber laser beam printing on a plastic plate, with the focus on the small printing diameter.
  2. Oblique plate method: Use a plastic plate placed at an angle to the vertical axis to pull it horizontally, searching for the minimum point of the fiber laser beam as the focal point.
  3. Blue Spark Method: Remove the nozzle, blow air, and apply a pulse fiber laser to the stainless steel plate, causing the cutting head to move from top to bottom until the maximum blue spark is the focus.
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Metal Sheet with Metal Fiber Laser Cutting Machine

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