At G.E. Mathis Company, our precision laser cutting services can be performed on an array of materials and thicknesses, and we can handle a wide range of production volumes. Whether you’re prototyping a new part or ramping up for a high-volume run, G.E. Mathis Company can provide end-to-end production services for your laser cutting project.

Why Partner with G.E. Mathis for Your Laser Cutting Needs

The experts at G.E. Mathis company understand the crucial role that precision laser cutting plays in various industrial applications. With our strong commitment to quality and unmatched capabilities, we are your go-to partner for all of your laser cutting needs.

When you work with G.E. Mathis, you gain access to the following benefits:

  • High Level of Precision. We have an ISO 9001:2015-certified quality management system and perform rigorous testing and inspection processes for every project. This dedication to quality ensures every part meets your exact requirements and specifications every time.
  • State-of-the-Art Laser Technology.  At G.E. Mathis, we use the latest 3-axis, CO2 flying optic, and hybrid laser technology. This allows us to produce highly intricate components with excellent consistency and precision, no matter the shape or complexity.
  • Unparalleled Power and Capacity. Our highly advanced laser processing technology features an impressive capacity. Using our gantry crane, we can work with metal sheets and plates up to 100 ft. long and 14 ft. wide, with laser power reaching up to 6,000 watts. In addition, our pallet systems feature an 8 ft. by 20 ft. cutting area with power up to 8,000 watts, allowing us to accommodate projects of nearly any size.
  • Capabilities Beyond Laser Cutting. In addition to laser cutting, G.E. Mathis offers various other services to streamline your project. We can provide First Article Inspection Reports (FAIR), Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) at all levels, Conflict Mineral Reporting Templates (CMRT), and Capability Studies to ensure total peace of mind.

Laser Processing Capabilities

General Capabilities Prototype
Contract
Fabrication
Laser Type CO2 (Gaseous)

Fiber

Laser Configuration Flying Optics
Hybrid
Cutting Axis 3-Axis
Equipment Features Gantry Type & Pallet Type
Intended Cutting Material Steel
Stainless Steel
Inconel
Monel
Thin Metal
Heavy Plate
Hardox Wear Plate
Strenx (Domex)
Cutting Thickness 16 gauge to 1.25″ (Hot Rolled)
16 gauge to .75″ (Stainless)
Cutting Length Gantry Type: Up to 100 ft
Pallet Type: Up to 20 ft
Cutting Width Gantry Type: Up to 14 ft
Pallet Type: Up to 8 ft
Maximum Output Power Gantry Type: 6,000 watt
Pallet Type: 8,000 watt
Accuracy .015″ (Standard)
Tolerances Tightest in Industry
Inspection First Article
In-Process
Final
Production Volume Prototype to Production
Typical Lead Time 1 to 2 weeks

Laser Cutting Advantages

Laser cutting offers numerous benefits over conventional fabrication methods, including:
Eliminated waste

Eliminated waste

Laser cutting maximizes material usage, enabling a significant reduction in scrap. Waste reduction is especially beneficial when using expensive materials. Laser cutting is also very energy efficient, consuming substantially less power than other cutting methods.

Increased precision

Increased precision

Compared with plasma cutting, machining, and other standard fabrication techniques, laser cutting allows for much greater cutting precision. The highly focused beam can cut within very tight tolerances without significantly impacting metal outside the cutting area. Able to accurately achieve virtually any shape or geometry, laser cutting has become a preferred choice for applications in aerospace, defense, microelectronics, and other precision industries.

Shorter lead times

Material versatility

Laser cutting is suitable for a wide range of metallic and non-metallic materials and can cut through sheets of varying thicknesses. Manufacturers often prefer waterjet or plasma cutting for very thick material, but laser cutting’s exceptional versatility makes it a valuable modern cutting tool. Laser cutting is also suitable for soft materials that may be damaged by other cutting methods.

State-of-the-art equipment

Shorter lead times

Laser cutting eliminates the need to custom-design or modify specialized tooling for every project. A laser can perform all operations without constantly changing out tooling between tasks, resulting in lower equipment costs and shorter lead times. Without expensive tooling, laser cutting offers a highly cost-effective option, even for small-batch or limited-run projects.

Materials for Laser Cutting

At G.E. Mathis, we can laser cut the following materials: