Laser cutting

Rolled Alloys is now offering laser cutting as part of its processing capabilities. This service comes through the acquisition of a Bystronic BYSTAR 4020-2 Laser cutting machine recently installed at Rolled Alloys’ headquarters in Temperance, Michigan. Rated at 4 kilowatts, the machine is capable of cutting stainless steels and nickel alloys in gauges ranging from foil thickness through 1/2″, with cutting tolerances dependent on material thickness.

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