Edelstahl Laserschneiden und Laserteile von Gutekunst FormfedernWhen it comes to producing metal parts with complex outlines quickly and precisely, this is it Laser cutting exactly the right processing method. The laser works efficiently and wear-free, it can be used flexibly and cuts metal without contact and with almost no force. This can be done from batch size 1 Laser cutting economical deploy. The special one Advantage of the procedure : The cut edge of the blanks is precise and clean during laser cutting, a follow-up treatment for later Painting or coating usually not applicable.

Laser cutting and laser parts in small quantities and large series

Gutekunst form springs manufactures on his Trumpf laser cutting systems Laser parts and Laser cuts . In addition, Gutekunst offers laser cutting from steel, stainless steel , aluminum , copper , Bronze alloys, electrical sheet and numerous other metals in contract manufacturing – with complete freedom of contours, quickly and precisely, as sample parts, prototypes, small quantities or series parts. Using sketches, drawings, CAD data or samples, Gutekunst Formfedern processes any desired number of laser parts individually according to your dimensions.
Panel sizes of 300 x 2,500 and 1,200 x 2,500 millimeters with material thicknesses of 0.1 to three millimeters are possible. The following materials are used:

  • Normal steel and spring steel according to EN 10270-1
  • C100S (1.1231) and C75S QT (1.1248)
  • Stainless steel after X10 CrNi 18-8 (1.4310), X7 CrNiAl 17-7 (1.4568) and X5 CrNiMo 17-12-2 (1.4401)
  • Tin bronze CuSn 6 (2.1020)
  • Copper beryllium CuBe 2 (2.1247)
  • Electrical steel sheets according to EN 10106
  • aluminum AlMg3 and Al99

Other metals are possible on request.

Two laser cutting processes in use

Laser cutting Gutekunst shaped springsA distinction is made between two methods in the laser cutting process: the Laser cutting and the Laser fusion cutting . Gutekunst Formfedern works with both variants and uses the best process depending on the requirements and type of metal. When editing stainless steel or aluminum fusion cutting is usually used. Here nitrogen is used as the cutting gas. The gas does not react with the metal and drives it out of the kerf under high pressure. Flame cutting uses oxygen as the cutting gas. This reacts with the metal and burns it when cutting. Both methods lead to the same result: efficiently, quickly and precisely manufactured Laser parts in very high quality.

Laser cutting costs

The costs for the Laser cutting and the Laser parts are usually made up of the factors Material type , Material thickness, cutting length (cutting time costs) and the number of openings to be cut together. The setup and programming costs also play a role. In contrast to the production of stamped parts, the number of pieces to be produced is not decisive for the calculation. The process and thus the effort of laser cutting remain the same for each individual component, whether one or 10,000 pieces. At the Laser cutting On the other hand, material recycling and cutting line optimization have a positive effect on the price as the number of items increases. Because with an efficient cutting line matrix through optimally placed CAD data, cutting paths can be simplified and material costs saved.

Gutekunst Formfedern pays attention to the optimal material utilization and the most efficient placement of the laser cutting lines with every order. Each Request for laser cutting and laser parts The Gutekunst team therefore checks within 24 hours so that all factors are taken into account for a fair offer price. This means that customers always receive a cost-optimized offer.

Laser parts and Laser cuts with ideal Surface treatment and shaping

Gutekunst Laserteil Umformen
Reshaping after lasering

In addition to high-quality laser cutting, the Gutekunst Formfedern portfolio also includes further services. All laser parts and laser cuts can be provided with laser markings. Gutekunst Formfedern can also take care of the customer’s request complementary shapes such as bending, embossing, edging and deep drawing. There are hardly any limits to the design. Also the Final surface treatment According to customer request or tailored to the conditions of use of the laser part, such as barrel coating, phosphating, burnishing, galvanizing, painting and many more, is possible. And last but not least, Gutekunst Formfedern can also install the laser parts directly in the assemblies provided on request.

Quality and innovative solutions – not just for laser cutting

If complex shapes or multi-use properties – the company founded in 1990 stands alongside the best quality Gutekunst Formfedern GmbH from Pfalzgrafenweiler for innovative solutions and comprehensive service right from the start. Certified according to ISO 9001: 2008, 14001 and 18001 , offers Gutekunst with his extensive and modern machine park A very high part precision and repeat accuracy on CAD / CAM-controlled laser, punching, folding, bending and wire-cutting systems. The company ensures fast and optimal order processing through in-house toolmaking, CAD-based order and production control and the “all-in-one principle” with personalized order management.

Quick and easy request

Send us your CAD data, a drawing or sketch with the desired number of pieces by email to calculate the laser cuts in contract manufacturing laserteile@gutekunst-formfedern.de or about our Inquiry form for laser parts . You will receive your individual offer from us within 24 hours of receiving your request. For more details, call +49 7445 8516-11.

Inquiry form for laser parts and laser cuts from Gutekunst Formfedern

Do you have any questions about laser parts, laser cuts or laser cutting in contract manufacturing? Then contact our technical department directly. You can reach them by email at laserteile@gutekunst-formfedern.de , by phone at +49 7445 8516-30, by fax to +49 7445 8516-630 or by post to

Gutekunst Formfedern GmbH
Request laser parts
Siemensstrasse 11
D-72285 Pfalzgrafenweiler

Opening hours:
Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m.

 

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