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Select the material, the quantity and the sheet thickness. If you already have a technical drawing, you can upload it to our server. Wwe only need your contact details to send you an individual offer for laser cutting contract manufacturing! If you need several lamellas, you can simply send off the order form several times.

1. Choose your material
2. Upload technical drawing
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Phone: 0391 598184 70


» Materials for 2D laser cutting
A variety of materials are suitable for laser cutting. We process the following materials when cutting:
Sheets and foils – material thickness: 0.02 mm – 6.00 mm:

  • stainless steel, stainless steel foils
  • aluminum, aluminum foils
  • copper, copper foils
  • Brass, brass foils
  • nickel, nickel foils
  • steel, steel foils
  • titanium
  • More on request

Sheets and foils – material thickness: – 15.00 mm:

  • carbon steel/ carbon steel; Material Thickness: – 15.00mm

Other materials:

  • ceramic (silicon nitride)
  • plastic
  • textiles
» Manufacturing conditions

Our manufacturing conditions for laser cutting

  • Minimum kerf width/ minimum spot diameter: 0.03 mm*
  • Repeatability ±2µm
  • Micro bridges from 0.03 mm
  • Cutting speeds up to 50mm/s
  • Cutting gas support up to 25 bar
  • nitrogen
  • oxygen
  • Contour accuracy: ± 0.01 mm*

*depending on specific material and its thickness

» Individual production

Can’t find your desired material in our overview? We are also happy to process material provided by you or procure appropriate materials. On request, you can receive all materials with the corresponding material test certificate.

» Purchasing information

We specialize in the business-2-business. Upon your request, you will immediately receive a individual offer that takes all technical requirements into account. Here you will find further links and helpful information for purchasers:

» Request without CAD data

We are happy to take over the data creation for you! Simply send us a corresponding drawing or the geometric data of your laser part. Our experts will then contact you immediately.

» Secrecy & data security

We guarantee the security of your data – if you still need a non-disclosure agreement in advance, you can download our non-disclosure form >here. We would also be happy to review your in-house agreement. Please send us this simply by e-mail to:

We take confidentiality and data security very seriously! If you would like to conclude a non-disclosure agreement, send us your form or download our template.

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Your expert for laser cutting

We are specialists in laser cutting! We have been manufacturing laser parts for the automotive industry, medical technology, mechanical engineering and many other sectors for many years. We would be happy to advise you on all questions!

The quality of our laser parts is important to us! As a reliable supplier and partner, we guarantee our customers high quality standards and complete traceability.

Laser cutting accuracy

Laser cutting is a very accurate and precise cutting process. Laser systems achieve contour accuracies of ± 0.01 mm. Our laser cuts have very precise, almost right-angled cut edges and excellent cutting quality.

More on this: Tolerances & accuracy in laser cutting

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Quality of our laser cuts

Laser systems work with very high quality. Compared to competing processes, laser parts show a particularly high edge and cut quality and very narrow kerfs. In our production we realize precise cuts, exact repeat accuracies and contour accuracies of ± 0.01 mm.


Materials for laser cutting

Here you will find a selection of the most common materials that we cut at TEPROSA.

  • stainless steel
  • aluminum
  • Brass
  • copper
  • titanium
  • nickel
  • bronze
  • Ceramic / Silicon Nitride
Feine Toleranzen im Laserzuschnitt bei TEPROSA
Feine Toleranzen im Laserzuschnitt bei TEPROSA

Advantages of laser cutting

In this article we have listed the advantages of the laser cutting process in detail. In short, the process convinces with:

  • Contour accuracies of ± 0.01 mm
  • Kerf (kerf) of 0.03 mm
  • Tolerances of ± 0.1 mm
  • Exact, almost right-angled cutting edges
  • Clean, burr-free cut surfaces
  • Low thermal load
  • variety of materials
  • Combination of cutting, drilling and engraving
  • Suitable for prototypes and series
  • Fine geometries
  • High cutting speeds
  • No tool
  • Low setup costs
  • No post processing
  • High material utilization (small kerfs)
  • Simply data processing

How much does a laser cut cost?

The costs of laser cutting depend on your individual requirements. In the following we want to take a detailed look at the individual factors for the later price of the cuts.

The material

There are many different materials that are suitable for laser cutting. The different materials are also sometimes far apart in price. The selection of a suitable material is not always easy, but it is crucial with regard to the use and the costs of the laser part.

The material thickness

In addition to the cutting speed, the material thickness also determines the time required for the laser beam to pierce the material. Two factors that significantly affect the price.

The cutting speed/feed

Depending on the material and how thick the material to be cut is, the laser can work with a limited cutting speed. Slow speeds automatically mean longer production times and higher costs.

The cutting length

The length of the outer contour of a cutting part results in the cutting length, i.e. the path that the laser has to cover to produce a part. The cutting length is therefore also responsible for the production time.

The part area

The component area determines the material consumption. In the case of particularly unfavorable contours (e.g. circles), the waste can only be optimized to a limited extent.

The cutting accuracy

Basically, higher accuracies require a lower cutting speed. If a higher accuracy of the laser parts is required, the feed with which the laser system works must be reduced.

The complexity of the component

The complexity of a component often has a negative effect on several of the factors mentioned above. For example, a contour with many details and tight curves can mean that the laser has to brake again and again and thus only reaches its maximum speed on a small part of the travel path. A large number of necessary punctures, e.g. in components with many bores, also increases the processing time. A large number of necessary punctures, e.g. in components with many bores, also increases the processing time.

How does laser cutting work?

Like plasma or oxy-fuel cutting, laser cutting is a thermal cutting process. When cutting with the laser, light is bundled into a beam and focused on the material to be cut. The heat generated on the material surface causes the material to melt.

The different cutting processes

Laser cutting is divided into the processes of laser flame cutting, laser fusion cutting and laser sublimation cutting. Depending on the laser process, different process gases are used to support or enhance the cutting process. The basic principle of all processes used in laser cutting with the fiber laser is identical. Nevertheless, each process has its own special characteristics.”

Laser fusion cutting

With laser fusion cutting, the material is melted by a focused laser beam and blown out of the kerf by the cutting gas used. Fusion cutting (also known as laser beam cutting) is the preferred cutting method for machining stainless steel and various aluminum alloys.

The process gas, mostly nitrogen, protects the cutting edge from unwanted oxidation due to its low-reaction properties (inert gas). One also speaks of the gloss cut.

The thermal input to the laser medium is rather low. This results in clean, almost burr-free cut edges and laser parts with almost no distortion or burrs. Post-processing of the parts manufactured in this way is often not necessary.”

laser flame cutting

Oxygen is used as the cutting gas in laser flame cutting (also known as laser beam cutting). In the first step, the material to be processed is heated by the laser beam. In the second step, the cutting gas is blown into the kerf and the material is burned by the supporting effect of the oxygen.

The oxygen fulfills two functions: it reacts with the previously heated material and removes the liquid oxide from the kerf.

Due to the chemical reaction, laser beam flame cutting produces a small amount of burr on the cutting edges, which has to be removed later on thicker foils.”

laser sublimation

With laser sublimation cutting, the material to be processed evaporates immediately as a result of processing with the laser beam. The resulting steam is then blown out by the cutting gas, usually nitrogen. With sublimation cutting, there is no burr on the edges.”

TEPROSA quality

We have set ourselves the goal of manufacturing products of the highest quality. We are ISO 9001 certified and work according to clearly defined processes that we constantly monitor and improve.

For us, quality not only refers to the products, but to all business processes. You can find more information about our quality management system and our processes here.

Teprosa – technology + Engineering

Paul-Ecke-Str. 6
39114 Magdeburg

Tel 0391 598184 70