A Fiber Laser for Everyone
The FabLight sheet metal laser is a versatile and powerful fiber laser cutting machine for sheet metal. With a small footprint, it can fit easily into any size shop.
Equipped with an industrial-quality IPG fiber laser and precise mechanical control, you can make just about anything metal you or your customers can think of, including:
- Custom signs
- Furniture Panels
- Industrial components
- Jewelry & Art
- Bed size supports sheet metal up to 1/4 of a standard sheet: 50″ x 25″ (1270mm x 635mm)
- Performs vector cutting, engraving and rastering
- Pallet pulls out for easy material loading and part removal. Clean out drawer catches small parts
- With a laser beam spot size of 0.004” (0.1mm), the kerf is tiny and highly-precise compared to other metal cutting technology like plasma or waterjet.
Cut easily and precisely with the FabLight sheet metal laser
The high quality IPG fiber laser is able to cut many types of metals. Some of the most common types are Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Titanium and Copper.
The below chart references the thickness cutting capability when using air as assist gas:
|Steel||0.075” (1.91mm) 14ga||0.150” (3.8mm) 9ga||0.250” (6.3mm)|
|Stainless Steel||0.075” (1.91mm) 14ga||0.125” (2.3mm)||0.188” (4.8mm)|
|Aluminum||0.063” (1.6mm) 14ga||0.083” (2.11mm) 12ga||0.188” (4.8mm)|
|Copper||0.025” (0.64mm) ~22ga||0.048” (1.22mm) 18ga||0.065” (1.65mm) 16ga|
Simple Fabcreator Software
FabCreator functions as both laser cutting and laser engraving software. It imports industry-standard DXF and DWG files for both sheet and tube parts, with no difficult programming for you to learn.
A visual drag-and-drop interface lets you assign geometry to a cut, engrave, or raster process. TrueType text can also be edited and formatted. After you select the material for the part, tabs are automatically added to tube parts, and additional tabs can be easily added to prevent any cutouts from falling during the fabrication process. A preview lets you see what the part will look like — before the job hits the machine. FabCreator is proudly built using FreeCAD.