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LaserGrade CO₂

This material is suitable and safe for your CO₂ laser cutter!

This means that we, Lasersheets, have extensively tested and approved this material to use in laser machines. LaserGrade wood cuts with a clean brown edge (instead of a black charred edge) and LaserGrade plastic gets a smooth edge without burning.

Please note; The maximum thickness of this material that your laser can cut depends on your laser power. Thicker plates require more power!

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Not suitable for diode lasers

This material is NOT suitable for Diode lasers.

Even using multiple passes, you will NOT laser through this material (cleanly) with a diode laser.

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A strong technical plastic that can be used for mechanical and structural applications.

Polyacetal is strong, tough and dimensionally stable. It has a low coefficient of friction and is wear-resistant. The static and dynamic friction coefficients are the same, which means that virtually no stick slip (TM) occurs in sliding applications. Polyacetal is also resilient and can be used to absorb impact and vibration. It is chemically resistant to many fuels, oils and greases.

Polyacetal is used for machine parts such as (low-load) gears, adapter sheets and sliding connections.


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