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Laser and plasma cutting

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Laser and plasma cutting

We provide industrial cutting services on ByStarFiber 4020 Dynamic Edition and TRUMPF TLF 6000 laser cutting machines and STIGAL VXSTANDARD plasma burners.

Laser cutting:


Max. workpiece dimensions - level (mm)

4000 x 2000
cutting thickness (mm) from 0,5 to 30


The ByStarFiber 4020 Dynamic Edition laser burner uses a 10,000 W fiber laser for cutting. This type of laser is the most efficient way to get the highest laser cutting efficiency. The laser beam of the fiber laser is produced in an active fiber and fed to the cutting head of the machine by the transmitting fiber. Lasers of this type are smaller than CO2 lasers but are more effective in comparison to the supplied energy, from which they obtain several times greater power.


Fiber laser for sheet metal with automatic storage with two storage towers for sheet metal with a size of 2 x 4m, up to 5 tons each. The use of the latest laser cutting technology allows us to optimize the cutting process and thus it results in a more attractive offer for our services and products.

B&P Engineering providing machine building services for OEM or Tier 1 customers through the optimization of production processes is an attractive partner for the implementation of complex machine and equipment building projects on the basis of received documentation within the subcontracting services.

The TRUMPF laser cutting machine featuring a 6000 W resonator is capable of cutting stainless steel as thick as 25 mm with 0.1 mm accuracy. CNC VXstandard burner is used for plasma cutting.






Maximum dimensions of a workpiece - horizontal (mm) 6000 x 2000

Cutting thickness (mm)

between 1 and 5
(with plasma burner)
between 50 and 150
(with gas burner)


Laser cutting

The beam of light emitted by the laser cutter allows for precise engraving of lines and cutting almost any shape in metal sheets, including contours, as well as various auxiliary elements or technological holes.

Laser cutting with the use of CNC machines is at the moment one of the most accurate, if not the most accurate method of dividing materials. The basis of this technique is the point energy output taking the form of a hot cutting flux, where the laser beam is formed as a result of electrical discharges occurring in a mixture of industrial gases, which includes gases of high purity, including helium, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. The cutting itself consists in melting or evaporating the treated raw material. In addition, the numerically controlled cutting head can move in four axes - X, Y, Z and A (360°), and the full automation of processes as well as the high quality of the cutting beam itself allow to achieve really excellent results.

The benefits of laser cutting include:

- very high cutting precision,

- fast pace of work,

- 100% repeatability of processes and shapes,

- Perfect finish - creating clean edges, free from irregularities, perpendicular to the metal sheet surface,

- cutting out simple, as well as very complicated, irregular shapes,

- making holes of practically any diameter, also smaller than the thickness of the processed sheet,

- Maximum utilization of the workpiece by optimizing the cutting path,

- A wide range of applications for the types and properties of the materials to be treated.

The thermo-division of metal sheets and the punching of holes in them by means of a laser beam is a very versatile method of processing which allows to make high quality cuts. Laser cutting thus enables us to quickly but precisely produce parts of varied complexity that do not require any additional finishing processes before further processing.


Plasma cutting

The highly concentrated plasma arc between the infusible electrode and the sheet metal to be machined allows for very precise cuts in various metal thicknesses. This technique is especially recommended for thicker metal sheets.

Plasma cutting is a thermal method of separating materials consisting in melting and then blowing out the metal from the cutting slot. The process uses gases such as air and technical oxygen or nitrogen and a gas mixture consisting of nitrogen, argon and hydrogen.

High quality plasma arc and the use of additional, rotating protective gases allow to obtain straight and very smooth edges that do not require additional treatment. Therefore, when using plasma cutting, there is no need to carry out further processes aimed at preparing the cut workpiece for direct use or assembly in the final product.


Among the many advantages of plasma cutting with the use of a CNC burner, first of all we should mention the following:

- speed and high efficiency of work,

- 100% repeatability of processes and shapes,

- No need to heat the workpiece,

- precise cutting of almost any, even very complicated shapes,

- relatively large range of cutting thicknesses while maintaining a very narrow cutting gap,

- High-quality edges,

- Minimal impact on the workpiece surface,

- a small amount of slag from metal sheet processing,

- The ability to minimize waste by optimizing the design of the cutting head.


The burner for gas cutting with the use of concentrated plasma arc allows us to offer you both simple cuts and various sizes of holes, as well as bevelling and grooving of the metal sheet.