Check out our FAQ’s below, If you can not find the answer your looking for, feel free to give us a call.
- Why Choose Laser Cutting?
- What Materials Can’t You Cut?
- Who Supplies The Materials?
- What Information Do You Need?
- How Long Will It Take?
- How Long Does It Take To Get A Quote?
- What Industries Use Laser Cutting?
- How do I find out more information?
Laser cutting produces square, clean, burr free edges. It is fast, quiet, and efficient and suits a wide variety of material types. Its thin cut creates very accurate results with minimal waste between parts. The energy is very concentrated, so there is minimal heat input to the surrounding material.
Sorry we do not process the following:
- Perspex and Plastics
- MDF and timber
- Cement Sheet
We stock a wide range of materials and unstocked materials are easily sourced from our large supplier network including mill direct. We are equally happy to process your own free issue material. All materials can be supplied with certification and full traceability, ensuring you get the best quality cut on the best quality material.
We always prefer DXF or DWG files for quoting and cutting. However we can create quotes and program parts from samples, sketches, dimensioned drawings and clear image files.
Depending on current workload and material availability, our typical turn-around time is usually within 3-5 working days.
Provided we have all the necessary information we generally provide a quote within 1 working day.
Our diverse customer base is always surprising us with new and interesting work. All of the work at Larsen Engineering is customised to suit a huge variety of applications and industries.
Some of the industries using Larsen Engineering for our laser cutting services include but not limited to:
- Automotive and aeronautical
- Defence and infrastructure
- General and specialised Engineering
You can discuss any inquiries you may have with one of our friendly staff by clicking on the Contact link at the top of the page.