Sheet metal laser cutting

Minifaber performs precision laser cutting processes on sheet metal according to specific customer requests.

Sheet metal laser cutting, now performed with the help of numerically controlled machinery, is a fundamental process in creating a metal object and in the success of the finished product.

At Minifaber, precision laser cuts are completed as conceived in the design phase.

The metal working leader's carpentry department is organised and has the technologies to perform any kind of sheet metal laser cuts, from the simpler to the more complex. The goal is to meet specific needs in terms of the semi-finished product technical design and intended use.

Minifaber laser cuts iron, stainless steel and aluminium.

Are you interested in metal laser cutting? Read our posts to learn more.

Sheet metal laser cutting vs plasma cutting: differences and similarities- posted on Tuesday, 18 February 2014

When sheet metal laser cutting turns into design- posted on Tuesday, 13 March 2014

How to choose a sheet metal laser cutting machine- posted on Tuesday, 08 April 2014

Sheet metal stamping, a guide for beginners - posted on Tuesday, 21 April 2015


Minifaber laser cuts metal for the following industries:

  • Electromechanics
  • Vending
  • Kitchen robots
  • Medical
  • Gas distribution
  • Professional lighting
  • Home appliances
Minifaber, 50 years of cold forming process know-how on small and large quantities of metal. Contact use for an estimate and feasibility study.
  • Sheet metal punching and laser cutting machinery

    Combined punching machines
    Quantity: 3+1

    Technical characteristics

    • Sheet metal processing up to 1250*2500mm
    • Workable thickness up to 6 mm
    • Laser power up to 3.2 KW
    • 500-position automatic sheet metal and semi-finished product magazine (positions, spaces)


    Deburring/Satin finishing machine
    Quantity: 1

Do you want to create a complex and assembled end product?

Minifaber has evolved to become the only company able to design and manufacture the complex, assembled end products no one else can.

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