Laser Cutting Services

Made In Chicago

Laser Cutting Services with two of the largest lasers in the U.S.

Laser cutting is an accurate and exact technology for many of today’s leading industries. At Chicago Metal Fabricators, our 200,000 sq. ft. production facility contains one of the largest lasers in the entire Midwest, which makes us the perfect choice for everything from prototyping to production. We work with all the leading metals including steel, stainless, aluminum, and Domex. Some of the other reasons to choose Chicago Metal Fabricators include:

  • New CY 8KW Fiber Laser.  10Ft x 30Ft table with pallet change.
  • A 6kW linear motor drive laser that can handle 20 gauge steel up to 1.25”, stainless up to 1” and aluminum up to 0.5”
  • Larger table that can handle materials as wide as 10’ by 40’ long
  • A traverse speed of 4,700 lpm
  • CO2 laser with flying optics, 3 axis cutting ability and amazing accuracy
  • Quick turnaround times with optional rush service

All of these benefits from Chicago Metal Fabricators draw the biggest names from the OEM, off highway, rail car, nuclear, water treatment, and heavy stainless steel crane industry. We also meet or exceed the toughest industry standards including ISO 9001:2015, AWS, and CWB.

To learn even more about our laser cutting services please contact us.


New CY 8KW Fiber Laser

New CY 8KW Fiber Laser

Laser Cutting Capabilities

Laser TypeFiber & CO2
Laser ConfigurationFiber Cable & Flying Optics
Cutting Axis3-Axis
Intended Cutting Material
Abrasion Resistance
Cutting Thickness
20 gauge to 1.25 in
Stainless up to 1 in
Aluminum up to .5 in
Cutting Width10 ft
120 in
Cutting Length30 ft
360 in
Maximum Output Power8,000 W
Traverse Speeds4700 ipm
Accuracy (+/-).001 in
Production VolumePrototype to Large Scale Production Volume
Typical Lead Times2 to 3 Weeks
Rush Services Available
EfficiencyLights Out Manufacturing
Lean Manufacturing
Industry Focus
Off Highway
Rail Car
Water Treatment
Heavy Stainless Steel
Industry StandardsISO 9001:2015
American Welding Society (AWS)
Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB)
File Formats
Solid Works