When purchasing a fire pit, or any metal product for that matter with a cutout design or pattern, it’s always best to look for a company that uses a high-quality laser cutter to do the work, rather than the cheaper plasma cutter style.
What is a laser cutter?
Most of us know of lasers from sci-fi movies or use in technical equipment, but the word ‘laser’ stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation and is an incredibly versatile tool!
Using an extremely focused beam of high-intensity light that is invisible to the human eye, our machine creates an accurate and The laser beam itself travels from the laser resonator down to the material, in our case, this material is 4mm Bluescope steel.
Also flowing through that nozzle bore is Nitrogen or Oxygen gas, to help clear out the molten steel as the machine makes the cuts.
The type of laser machine that we use here are MAX Fire Pits is a top of the range industrial laser cutter that is an absolute beast of a thing! Valued at close to half a million dollars, it produces a high-quality accurate cut that gives the very best results for our clients.
Why are laser-cut fire pits better?
Put simply, the accuracy and the consistency of our machine gives us the sharpest, neatest laser cut reproduction of the artwork. Check out our range of Outdoor Fire Pits to see the difference!