Can you laser cut multiple parts stacked on top of each other?

Laser Q&ACategory: Application QuestionsCan you laser cut multiple parts stacked on top of each other?
Alfex Laser Staff asked 11 months ago
1 Answers
Jordan Staff answered 11 months ago

Yes but it depends on what material you want to cut.
 
This is generally more common when cutting thinner materials such as paper or fabrics. Its very important to have the parts pressed down as flat as possible on top of each other.
 
For certain materials like white paper or similar you may find that there is some discoloration between the layers after cutting caused by smoke and debris getting trapped during the process.