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We provide advanced manufacturing services in technologies like 3d printing, CNC machining, vacuum casting, injection molding, etc.

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With locations in all over Australia we can assure lightning fast delivery.

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Zeal 3D is present in
Victoria, NSW, Western Australia,
Queensland and Tasmania.

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Team of expert engineers with more than 15 years of experience.

Laser Cutting Services in Australia

We pride ourselves on being a leading provider of precision laser cutting solutions, catering to diverse industries nationwide. With our state-of-the-art technology and experienced team, we deliver outstanding results that meet the highest standards.

At Zeal 3D, we understand he importance of precision and efficiency in laser cutting. Our cutting-edge laser machines have advanced features, allowing us to handle intricate designs accurately. Whether you need laser cutting for prototypes, signage, architectural models, or any other project, we have the expertise to bring your ideas to life.

What sets us apart is our commitment to customer satisfaction. We work closely with our clients to understand their unique requirements and provide tailored solutions to meet their needs. Our team of skilled professionals combines their expertise with the latest laser cutting techniques, ensuring superior quality and timely delivery on every project.

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As a trusted brand in the industry, Zeal 3D is dedicated to maintaining the highest quality, reliability, and customer service standards. 

Choose Zeal 3D for your laser cutting needs in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth. Our experience, precision, efficiency, and professionalism sets us apart. Contact us today to discuss your project, and let us bring your vision to reality.

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Laser Cutting

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How does laser cutting work?

The laser beam is directed to the material via mirrors and lenses. The power of the laser beam can be adjusted as per the cutting requirement. Once this adjustable beam reaches a material, it deflects off its surface and then it passes through an airstream, which blows away the cut part from the rest of the block.

The overall working laser cutting for metal or any other material is easy. First, the laser beam melts the material through a process called sublimation. As soon as this happens, air blows away the material to form a molten ribbon-shaped flow used for ejecting off the cut part from its block.

When it comes to CO2 laser metal cutting, it is performed at atmospheric pressure, which means the metal to be cut, along with other material in its vicinity, gets vacuumed. These materials are easy to re-use for laser cutting after cooling down. In addition, the laser beam is created in a tube filled with CO2 gas.

Whether you need aluminium laser cutting or plastic laser cutting, Zeal has got you covered. Our team of engineers strives to offer efficient, reliable and cost-effective services.

Popular varieties of laser cutting services

Zeal offers you a comprehensive range of plastic, metals and stainless steel laser cutting services. Below are the top three popular laser cutting technologies that are widely used across industries:

Gas lasers/C02 laser cutters: These lasers use CO2 gas that gets converted into a single carbon-dioxide laser beam. These bigger spot sizes laser cut wider kerfs and no heat-affected zone.

Crystal laser cutters: These lasers use a combination of potassium, fluorine and other gases. This argon laser cutter offers the best resolution, producing high-precision parts for various industries. It can even cut through metals.

Fibre laser cutters: With a high-quality beam of light, these lasers effectively cut parts made from all kinds of materials. They offer fast cutting speed and produce highly complex components with low kerf loss.

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Laser Cutting Methods

Laser cutting can be done in a variety of methods, with different types of lasers being used to cut a wide range of materials. Some of the most popular laser cutting methods are given below.

Vaporization: In vaporization cutting, a concentrated beam heats the material's surface to flashpoint, creating a keyhole. The keyhole creates a rapid increase in absorptive, which widens the hole rapidly. As the hole deepens and the material heats, the vapor produced erodes the molten walls, causing them to eject and widening the hole even further. This process is commonly used to cut non-melting materials like plastics, fabrics, wood, paper, foam, carbon, and thermoset polymers.

Melting: When compared to vaporization technique, this melting method requires less energy to implement the laser cutting process. The required energy is about a tenth of that required for vaporizing laser cuts, where the laser beam heats the substance, causing it to melt in this process.

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As the material melts, a stream of gas emerges from the coaxial nozzle with the laser beam, ejecting it from the cut. Since the energy requirement for this method is comparatively low, it is used for cutting active or non-oxidizing metals such as titanium, stainless steel, and aluminum alloys.

Thermal Stress Fractures: A small kerf is inserted into the material using a laser at depths of roughly one-third its thickness. After that, the laser is employed to create localized strains. This is accomplished by heating a tiny area and causing compressive pressures to form around it. The area somewhat cools after traveling through the laser beam, causing thermal stresses. Such thermal stress fractures are commonly used to cut brittle or fragile materials like glass and ceramics.

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Laser Compatible Materials

Some of the most common materials that are well suited for the Laser Cutting process are given below.

Plastic: Plastic and acrylic elements are commonly used for producing jewelry, ornaments, wall art, and much more. The following list includes plastic materials that can be laser cut.

  • Acrylic
  • ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)
  • Delrin
  • HDPE (High density polyethylene)
  • Kapton tape Mylar (polyester)
  • PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol)
  • Polyethylene (PE)
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Styrene plastic

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Metal: Intricate designs can be produced in a variety of metals with great efficiency and accuracy using metal laser cutting. This accuracy results from the laser melting, burning, and vaporizing the metal instead of stamping or cutting through it. The following list includes several metal materials that can be laser cut.

  • Aluminum
  • Mild steel
  • Stainless steel

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Advantages of laser cutting

  • It enables you to produce difficult or nearly impossible shapes to create via other methods.
  • Parts produced by laser cutting are precise and accurate.
  • Since laser cutting requires less raw material, it is cost-effective as well.
  • The workflow used for this process makes it ideal for mass production.
  • Since laser cutting results in reduced wastage, companies using this technology can save considerable money on manufacturing costs.

Tolerances and Surface Finish:

The most commonly used parameter for determining surface roughness is the standard roughness (Rz). Usually, the positioning accuracy of new laser cutters is 10 micrometers, with a repeatability of 5 micrometers.

Standard roughness (Rz) increases as sheet thickness rises, but reduces as the cutting speed and laser power increase. When cutting low carbon steel with an 800 W laser, the typical standard roughness (Rz) is 10 m for 1 mm sheet thickness, 20 m for 3 mm, and 25 m for 6 mm sheet thickness.

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The laser cutting process is capable of maintaining very tight tolerances, typically as low as 0.001 inch. Tolerance possibilities are heavily influenced by part geometry and the machine's mechanical soundness. The laser beam cutting method produces a surface polish that can range from 125 (0.003mm) to 250 (0.06mm) micro-inches.

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Laser cutting applications

Industrial Manufacturing: Laser cutting is extensively used in industrial manufacturing processes to cut and shape various materials such as metal, plastic, wood, glass, and composites. It is employed for creating intricate designs, precise components, and parts for industries like automotive, aerospace, electronics, and machinery.

Automobile: Laser-cutting applications have become indispensable in automotive manufacturing, enabling the production of intricate components and enhancing overall efficiency. From sheet metal fabrication to creating complex structural parts, laser cutting offers unparalleled accuracy, speed, and versatility. Automakers can attain exceptional levels of customisation by utilising this technology, enabling them to achieve precise cuts and achieve precise boundaries across a broad spectrum of materials, including steel, aluminum, and composites, ensuring a flawless finish.


Aerospace: With its ability to cut through a wide range of materials with exceptional accuracy, laser cutting has found numerous applications in aerospace manufacturing. One significant application is the fabrication of intricate and complex components such as turbine blades, aircraft panels, and structural elements.


Mining: In mining operations, laser cutting is utilised for various purposes, such as rock profiling, tunnelling, and equipment fabrication. The precision and speed of laser cutting make it a versatile tool for shaping and altering hard materials, including metals and rocks. By employing lasers, miners can achieve intricate cuts with minimal material wastage and exceptional accuracy, enhancing overall efficiency.

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Medical Devices: Laser cutting is employed in the manufacturing of medical devices, such as stents, catheters, surgical instruments, and implants. Its precise cutting capabilities and ability to work with various materials make it suitable for producing complex medical components.

Signage and Advertising: Laser cutting enables the fabrication of detailed and customised signage, lettering, and logos. It is commonly used in advertising to create attractive displays, promotional items, and indoor/outdoor signage.


Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing: Laser cutting is precious for prototyping new product designs. It allows quick and accurate fabrication of prototypes and one-off parts, facilitating faster development cycles and reducing costs.

Architecture and Construction: Laser cutting is employed in architectural model-making and construction applications. It enables precise cutting and engraving of materials like acrylic, wood, and metal, allowing for intricate detailing, decorative panels, and architectural components.

Textile and Fashion: Laser cutting finds application in the textile and fashion industries. It is used to cut fabrics, leather, and other materials to create intricate patterns, designs, and decorative elements for garments, accessories, and home textiles.

Electronics and PCB Manufacturing: Laser cutting is used in the electronics industry for cutting printed circuit boards (PCBs). It allows for precise and clean cuts, enabling the production of intricate PCB designs and increasing efficiency in electronics manufacturing.


Jewellery Making: Laser cutting is utilised in the jewellery industry to cut and engrave precious metals and gemstones. It enables intricate and detailed designs, customisation, and the creation of unique pieces.


Crafts and Artistic Applications: Laser cutting is popular among artists and craftsmen for creating intricate patterns, ornaments, and decorative pieces in various materials. It offers precise control over the cutting process, allowing for intricate designs and personalised artwork.

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Machine Configurations

The three distinct configurations for laser cutting machines are Moving material, Hybrid, and Flying optics, which defines how the laser beam moves or is moved across the material.

Moving Material: The material is affixed to a moveable cutting surface on this type of laser cutting machine, which has a stationary laser beam. To make the required cuts, the workpiece is manually moved all around the stationary beam. This setup provides for a steady and uniform standoff distance while using fewer optical components.

Hybrid: Hybrid laser cutting machines combine the benefits of both moving material and flying optics laser cutting machines. Hybrid lasers have a table that travels along one axis (typically the X-axis) while the head moves along a shorter axis (the Y-axis). In comparison to flying optical machines, this can result in a lower power outage in the delivery system and better capacity per watt.

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Flying Optics: A moving laser cutter head and a fixed workpiece are featured in flying optics laser cutting devices. To make the required cuts, the cutting head moves the laser beam in the X- and Y-axes across the fixed workpiece. Flying optics machines are versatile enough to cut materials of various thicknesses and sizes while also allowing for speedier processing times.

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Why choose Zeal 3D for laser cutting service Australia

Quick Turn-around: Zeal 3D offers fast and efficient laser cutting services in Australia to make sure that your projects are finished on time. We have a quick turnaround time and can meet tight deadlines without compromising on quality.

Clean Square Edges: Zeal 3D's laser cutting machines are capable of producing clean square edges, which are essential for high-quality finishes. Their machines are regularly maintained and calibrated to ensure precise cutting every time.

Extensive Material Support: Zeal 3D offers laser cutting services for a wide range of materials, including metal, plastic, and more. We have the expertise to handle different types of materials, ensuring that your projects are completed to the highest standards.

High-Quality Assurance: Zeal 3D has a strict quality control process in place to ensure that every product meets the highest standards of quality. We always use the finest materials, and we operate with experienced professionals to ensure that each project is completed with precision and accuracy.

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Fastest Delivery: Zeal 3D understands the importance of timely delivery and offers the fastest delivery service in the industry. We offer laser cutting services across multiple facilities located in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Brisbane, which helps us deliver your products faster.

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