Processes and Capabilities

At LaserCraft, we combine a knowledgeable, committed workforce with the latest in fabrication technology to produce perfect products every time. Our facility allows us to deliver a variety of orders across a wide range of industries. Whatever your fabrication needs, we can handle it thanks to our on-site use of:

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Our laser technology and automation coupled with our advanced software provides maximum efficiency. LaserCraft currently operates seven front-line Mazak lasers. Our equipment ranges from new 4kw and 8kw fiber lasers with automation to three 4000W CO2 lasers with FMS automation. We also have one 1000W laser and one 2500W Space Gear with 3D cutting capabilities. Our laser capabilities can achieve material max thickness of 1-inch steel, 1/2-inch stainless, and 3/8-inch aluminum.

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Saw Cutting

Along with laser and turret cutting, LaserCraft offers a wide variety of cutting metal and structural material. We process this cutting using our Accushear shear, automatic horizontal band saws, and a semi-automatic cold saw. LaserCraft also offers the latest in Marvel Saw CNC technology, including auto feed, and nesting for improved yield.

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LaserCraft Technologies is proud to provide full machining capabilities. With four CNC turning centers, five CNC milling centers, rapid production screw type CNC turning, and a complete manual milling shop, we can produce a wide variety of parts for our customers.

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LaserCraft’s Muratec Motorum 2558 provides the latest in CNC punching technology. It also features outstanding manufacturing speed and accuracy and versatile secondary work stages such as forming, tapping, and etching. We also operate an Amada Pega CNC Turret Punch and Geka 55-ton Iron Worker.

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LaserCraft’s state-of-art CNC Accurpress and Safan press brakes incorporate precision ground and hardened forming dies. We also have six press brakes ranging from 60 tons (for smaller, lighter gauge jobs) to 400 tons (for larger, thicker material). Our 195-, 235-, and 400-ton Accurpress brakes use a 6-axis back gauge system that make multi-degree bends and multi-bend lengths easier by significantly reducing setup times.

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LaserCraft understands the importance of this step. That’s why we invested in four timesavers, two vibratory finishing mills for stainless material, a vibratory parts dryer, and bead blasting for stainless parts large and small, as well as a stroke sander.

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LaserCraft offers a wide variety of welding capabilities to better address specific materials as well as cosmetic requirements of the weld.  Processes such as laser welding, MIG, TIG, Robotic MIG, and resistance welding allow LaserCraft to provide the highest quality welding solution for our customers.

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From electrical component assembly and testing to kitted parts, including custom graphics and installation instructions, LaserCraft is a one-stop solution for your product presentation needs. LaserCraft also provides both pneumatic and hydraulic hardware installation in a wide range of materials and finishes.

Lasercraft Employee

James Byrnes

James has been with LaserCraft for 8 years. He joined the team as a Process Improvement Engineer and has held several positions at LaserCraft including Plant Manager, Purchasing Manager, Director of Procurement, and his current role as VP of Operations. He has over 25 years of experience in the manufacturing industry in multiple capacities. James is currently responsible for the purchasing, quality, facilities maintenance, and engineering departments at LaserCraft.

Lasercraft Employee

Henry Stewart

Henry has been with LaserCraft for 12 years. Henry joined the team as the Quality Manager and has since been Plant Manager and Operations Manager before taking his current position as VP of Manufacturing. Henry was instrumental in the creation and implementation of LaserCraft’s Quality System and managed the successful implementation of the company’s first ISO certification process. He has over 30 years of experience in the manufacturing industry in multiple capacities. Henry is currently responsible for the manufacturing and customer service departments at LaserCraft.

Lasercraft Employee

Angel Ledford

Angel has been with LaserCraft for 15 years. She joined the team as the Human Resources Manager and has since grown the department to include safety and environmental, as well as being instrumental in the creation of the LaserCraft training department, which has become an integral part of the company’s on boarding and continuing education activities. Angel has over 20 years of experience in the manufacturing, and food processing industries. In her current role as VP of Human Resources and Safety she manages the HR, safety, and training departments.

Lasercraft Employee

Jeff Wood

Jeff began his current role of Vice President of Manufacturing at LaserCraft in 2023.  Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the manufacturing industry and believes that root cause analysis and corrective action are key to quality systems management. In his current role, Jeff oversees all quality department activities as well as the engineering department.

Lasercraft Employee

Brian Bryant

Brian has been with LaserCraft for 20 years. He began his career with the company as a welder. Throughout the years Brian has managed several manufacturing departments including weld and press brake and was the second shift manager for 5 years. Brian has over 30 years of experience in fabrication and manufacturing.  In his current role as Plant Manager, Brian oversees the day-to-day manufacturing plant operations.