BRM Lasers offers a wide range of laser machines that are suitable for many types of materials and industries. Over the last few years we have managed to continuously improve our laser machines.

We have four different types of machine categories on offer. They are all based on laser technology, but are each destined for particular user groups, ranging from small start-ups to the heavy metalworking industry and the fine-precision industry. We are confident that we have the most fitting machine available for each type of company.

BRM CO2 Lasers

Our core product line: The BRM CO2 Laser cutting and engraving machines with a closed-table construction. These versatile machines cut and engrave many types of materials with great precision at a high speed, ranging from acrylics to wood and cardboard. They are relatively compact and are available with different capacities and table sizes, which determine the cutting thickness and work surface dimensions.

BRM Portal lasers

Our CO2 Portal lasers differ from the closed CO2 lasers in that they have an open-table construction and are therefore highly suitable for larger sheets. They can be supplied in two different formats.

BRM Metal lasers

Our metal lasers offer the same possibilities as our CO2- and portal lasers in terms of cutting and engraving a wide variety of materials with a CO2 laser tube. However, thanks to the addition of oxygen and a special laser head, these models have the additional benefit of being able to cut steel up to a thickness of 1.2 mm.

BRM Fiber lasers

The BRM Fiber laser differs from the other 3 laser machine categories in that it does not use CO2 technology. It is highly suitable for the rapid engraving of images and/or texts onto metal and synthetic materials without the need for any kind of pre-treatment.

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