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Fiber Laser Cutters

Fiber Laser Cutting Machines by HPC Laser

Our vast experience in the supply of fiber laser cutting machines makes us your ideal partner for our wide range of metal cutting solutions. Our fleet of fiber laser cutter models is highly specified and extremely competitively priced.


We offer customised and tailored solutions upon request, including options for additional safety and security features such as integrated light curtains and pressure mats. With a team of highly experienced nationwide engineers, we are on hand to assist when we’re needed.

Incredibly affordable, compact footprint, metal cutting machines, available with bed size options of 600 x 400mm and 1300 x 900mm.

The perfect choice where power and flexibility are required but space is limited.

A variety of different laser sources are available up to 4kW depending on specific nature of the target materials.

Fully enclosed, compact full-sheet fibre laser machines including bed size options of 2500 x 1300mm and 3000 x 1500mm.

Multiple laser source options available up to 12kW for processing the most demanding materials.

The servo driven up/down door and pull-out loading table make loading material and removing finished parts a breeze.

Our flagship machine range, available with a selection of options such as tube cutting and dual exchange bed arrangements for maximum efficiency and easy loading and unloading of sheet material and finished parts.

Multiple laser sources up to 20kW are available and we can tailor the configuration to suit your specific needs.

Our “blank canvas” machine option which can be configured to suit the exact requirements of a standalone manufacturing cell.

From continuous production coil fed machines to magazine fed systems we have a vast array of options to suit your manufacturing requirements.

The optimum solution for the most challenging of applications.

What Materials Can You Cut On A Fiber Laser Cutter?

Whilst fiber laser cutters are predominately used to cut metals, they can cut some other materials.

Read this full guide on materials a fiber laser can and cannot cut.

Mild Steel

Each of our fiber machines is capable of cutting through mild & carbon steel. The max thickness depends on the laser output.

Stainless Steel

Cutting stainless steel with our range of fiber laser cutters is easy, fast, and delivers extremely high accuracy consistently.


Considering processing aluminum with a fiber laser cutter? We’re here to guide you toward the optimal cutting solution for this material.


Slice through titanium plate with our fiber lasers, employing the right assistive gases and settings for optimal results.

Brass & Copper

To process these highly reflective materials on a fiber laser, the right laser source designed to absorb reflections is essential.

What Are Fiber Laser Cutting Machines?

Fiber laser cutting machines are the ultimate in high-power, precision cutting devices for metallic materials & sheet metal.

With high-power fiber-optic laser sources starting from 500W, we offer solutions up to 60kW.

High-powered laser sources can be used for cutting an incredible thickness of 110mm mild steel, 110mm stainless steel, and 100mm aluminium.

Subject to the power and suitability of the laser source, fiber laser cutting machines are also quite capable of processing other non-ferrous materials such as brass and copper and are available in a multitude of bed sizes.

Want to learn more about what fiber laser cutting machines are and how they work?

Fibre Laser Cutter
Fiber Laser Cutting Equipment UK

What Are Fiber Lasers Used For?

Fibre lasers cutters have become indispensable tools across a wide range of industries & engineering, thanks to their precision, efficiency, and versatility, especially with sheet metal.

One of the primary sectors is the manufacturing industry. This includes the automotive and aerospace sectors, where parts need to be produced with exact specifications for safety and performance.

Another significant user of fiber laser cutters is the electronics industry. Here, they are used to cut intricate designs and components with high precision, which is essential for the miniaturization of electronic devices.

The medical device industry also utilises fibre laser machines to produce surgical instruments and implants, requiring extreme accuracy and cleanliness. Additionally, the energy sector, including solar and wind power, uses fiber lasers to cut parts for renewable energy equipment.

Our Range of Features & Options

A wide variety of options & packages are available with the entire range of HPC fiber laser cutters (as with all of our products).

We offer a multitude of laser source manufacturers to suit all budgets whilst still delivering the service and reliability that you would expect from HPC.

We offer fully enclosed safety interlocked class 1 systems. Our flatbed machines are available with dual table interchange systems.

These allow you to unload one table and load new material whilst the other table is processing material inside the machine. Thus offering huge savings on operator redundancy and material setup times.

All HPC Laser machines are provided with onboard Windows-based computer software together with an intuitive heavy-duty control panel. This is particularly suited for arduous environments.

All of our fiber laser sources are water-cooled, so our machines are supplied with a heavy-duty water chiller to ensure reliable 24/7 operation should you require it.

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An image of a fiber laser installation HPC Laser completed at the Manchester University

Delivery, Installation & Training: The HPC Promise

We understand that fiber laser metal cutting machines represent a significant investment.

Hence, we offer a full delivery, installation, commissioning, and onsite training service for your team, whether you’re a manufacturer or in the education sector, such as a recent install we completed for the University of Manchester.

However, our commitment to the customer does not stop there. Our highly experienced national team of service engineers is on hand to offer service and maintenance at a frequency and urgency to suit your budgets.

Furthermore, the purchase of any HPC machine entitles you to our highly rated warranty and lifetime e-mail, telephone technical support, and online remote support, meaning you’re never alone if you encounter difficulties.

We also run our own online forum where you can be part of the HPC community, ask questions, get help and discuss projects with other members.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Buying a fiber laser machine for the first time can be a daunting process with many questions along the way. Below you’ll find some of the answers to questions we regularly receive from customers.

Can fiber lasers cut through any material?

While fiber lasers are exceptionally versatile and capable of processing a wide range of materials, they are not ideal for every material. They excel at cutting a wide range of metals such as steel, aluminium, and copper. However, they are not suitable for cutting materials like plastics and woods, which require different laser types (like CO2 lasers) that have wavelengths better absorbed by these materials.

Can you offer demonstrations of your machines?

We offer free of charge live machine demonstration sessions at our West Yorkshire showroom where you can spend time with an experienced engineer, seeing what our machines are capable of. There is no hard sell, and you can bring along your own materials and design files. We can also offer local demonstrations of machines already installed at some customer sites up and down the country.

We’re also regularly at exhibitions and local events throughout the country. Please contact us to discuss what options we can offer.

Do fiber lasers need gas?

Fiber lasers do not require gases to generate the laser beam itself, as their operation is based on fiber optic technology. The laser is created by pumping intense light through fiber optic cables doped with rare-earth elements. Assist gases are required in order to cut through various metals. Carbon steels usually require oxygen, with stainless steels, aluminium, brass and copper needing nitrogen. However, compressed air can also be used on many of these materials with excellent results. Please CONTACT US to learn more.

How long do fiber lasers typically last?

Fiber lasers are renowned for their longevity and reliability, with a typical lifespan that can exceed 100,000 hours of operation. This durability translates to many years of service, often around 10 to 15 years, depending on the specific usage patterns, maintenance practices, and operating environment.

The long lifespan is due to the inherent design of fiber lasers, which have few moving parts and a solid-state setup, minimizing wear and tear.

What's the difference between fiber lasers & CO2 lasers?

Fiber lasers and CO2 lasers differ primarily in their source of light and application efficiency. Fiber lasers use a solid-state diode and optical fibers doped with rare-earth elements to generate a laser beam, making them highly efficient for cutting and engraving metals. They offer advantages in terms of electrical efficiency, maintenance, and cutting speed, especially for thinner materials.

CO2 lasers, on the other hand, generate laser light by passing electricity through a gas-filled tube, typically containing carbon dioxide. They are versatile, capable of cutting, engraving, and marking a wide range of materials, including wood, plastic and glass. CO2 lasers are preferred for non-metal materials due to their longer wavelength, which is better absorbed by organic and non-metal materials.

In summary, the choice between fiber and CO2 lasers depends on the specific application, with fiber lasers being more efficient for metal processing and CO2 lasers offering broader material versatility.

I'm not sure what I need, can you advise?

Of course! We always provide honest and practical advice and guidance through the sales process. Alongside that, our friendly, knowledgeable and highly experienced engineers also provide delivery and on-site training when you purchase a machine from us.

You can get in touch with the team on +44 (0) 1422 310800 alternatively, send us an email to sales@hpclaser.co.uk.

Not sure what you need? Give the experts a call.