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What you need to know about laser clothing cutting

               What you need to know about laser clothing cutting

                                                                        What you need to know about laser clothing cutting
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Laser cutting machine used to be for haute fabric materials. As consumers began lusting for the technique, and the technology was made more readily available to manufacturers, it's become commonplace to see laser-cut silk and leather in ready-to-wear runway collections.
What  is the laser machine for fabric?
Laser cutting is a method of manufacturing that uses a laser to cut materials.
All of the advantages
-– extreme accuracy, clean cuts and sealed fabric edges to prevent fraying
-– make this method of design very popular in the fashion industry.
Another benefit is that one method can be used to cut many different materials, like silk, nylon, leather, polyester and cotton. Also, the laser cuts are made without any pressure on the fabric, meaning no part of the laser cutting process requires anything other than the laser to touch a garment. There are no unintended marks left on the fabric, which is particularly beneficial for delicate fabrics like silk.
How does the laser machine work?
For the most part, the CO2 laser machine is the method of choice when it comes to cutting wearable fabrics. This particular process involves firing a high-energy laser that cuts by melting, burning or vaporizing material.
The CO2 laser is a gas laser that produces an infrared light. CO2 lasers are easily absorbed by organic material, making it the first choice when it comes to cutting fabrics like leather.Laser cutting cloth
What should I care?
Cutting fabric with a laser machine allows for extremely accurate cuts without ever touching the fabric, which means that a garment comes out as untainted by a manufacturing process as possible. laser cutting leatherLaser cutting system offers the kind of precision that you'd get if a design were done by hand, but at a much faster pace, making it more practical and also allowing for lower price points.