LaserNett expands capabilities with addition of Trumpf TL3030 Fiber Laser Cutter

Trumpf TL3030 Laser Cutter.
Trumpf TL3030 Laser Cutter.

LaserNett (Mississauga, Ontario), a leading Canadian metal fabrication company, has expanded its in-house laser-cutting capabilities by installing a high-speed TL3030 Fiber Laser Cutter from Trumpf. “Our investment in the Trumpf TL3030 laser cutting machine represents our commitment to continually offer the best metal fabrication services,” said John Popik, CEO of LaserNett. “In addition to our existing Trumpf CO2 laser cutter, the new Trumpf fiber laser will continue to further solidify our market position as one of Canada’s premier metal fabrication suppliers.” With quicker running times and the ability to work with a larger variety of raw materials, Trumpf’s new TL3030 is flexible and can adapt to work with a large range of products. This will, in turn, allow LaserNett to participate in many new business opportunities and industrial applications, the company added. Metal fabrication in conjunction with 3D printing, have long been recognized as revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. Utilizing the newest and the most advanced type of laser-cutting process, LaserNett’s customers can now take advantage of:

  • Higher beam quality. Faster cutting speeds and increased thicknesses of material to be cut.
  • Higher power. Allows a larger variety of metallic materials, ranging from mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass and many others.
  • Tube cutting capabilities. Able to cut a wide range of small to large diameter tubes with varying wall thicknesses and lengths with no trade-off in cut quality.

“The substantial value of this investment reflects our confidence in this new laser cutting technology,” Popik added. “More importantly, it demonstrates our commitment to staying at the forefront of innovation in our fast-moving industry. The new Trumpf TL3030 laser cutter is a cost-effective solution for prototypes and production components, regardless of their design complexity. We’re excited to offer our customers access to this incredibly precise, new technology and aim to continue our expansion in the future.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.