Tag: Laser Cutting

Removing Surface Scratches

Tue 29th May 2018

Quite often we see material after it has been cut to the final flat shape as this means that any small scratches can be removed or minimised by the polishing process. This, of course, is only applicable if the polish removes any surface stock, unfortunately Bright and Mirror Polishing would not remove them. However when …

Hot Rolled Plate in an Architectural Setting

Wed 16th May 2018

Hot Rolled plate is notorious for quality variations including defects in the surface such as pitting, laminations and mill lines. Before polishing the ‘skin’ is removed using a pre-grinding process that removes the surface scale and the majority of the surface defects. Over the last fifteen years or so the overall quality of hot rolled …

Architectural Focus: The Hydro in Glasgow

Fri 27th October 2017

“The SSE Hydro plays host to national and international music megastars as well as global entertainment and sporting events. With a seated capacity of 12,000, The SSE Hydro augments the SEC’s existing facilities and stages 140+ events annually. Attracting an audience of more than a million visitors each year, the venue is consistently ranked by …

The Great British Tape Off!

Thu 20th April 2017

We know that Laser Tape isn’t as interesting as cake, but if you make it to the end then there is an opportunity for some amazing Gower Cottage Brownies! Fibre laser tape is becoming more and more popular compared to ‘standard’ laser tape, which is suitable for Co2 applications. This brings with it a variety …