Chamfering Edges of Laser Cutting

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Chamfering Edges of Laser Cutting

Oxide removing is necessary process to ensure the adhesion of the surface protection on the edges of the sheet and to provide the required quality of the final product as well.

Lissmac innovative systems for metal processing set high standards for metal finishing.

Oxide removal in one single pass on all inside and outside edges of sheet and plate up to 20 mm material thickness. No need to turn sheets over and running them through the machine again.

The machine LISSMAC SBM–M 1000 B2 is highly efficient and saves processing times of up to 60%.

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FAQ

  • What is the function of chamfering the edges of a laser-cut?
    When cutting with oxygen, an oxide is formed at the edges, which must be removed for good adhesion of the surface protection.
  • What is an oxide and why should it be removed?
    An oxide is a reaction formed during cutting between oxygen and carbon in the material being cut. It needs to be removed for good adhesion of the surface protection.
  • What machine for chamfering edges of laser cutting do you use?
    We use the machine LISSMAC SBM–M 1000 B2.