Laser cutting company Ohio Laser has won the annual Ohio Statewide Development Corporation (OSDC) SBA 504 2012 Loan Project of the Year. Ohio Laser, an ISO 9001:2008 certified metal fabricator provides precision laser cutting services, laser tube cutting, copper cutting, brass cutting and other metal fabrication services. OSDC selected Ohio Laser from over 200 hundred companies in their portfolio.
After receiving the award, Sales Manager Mark Rosenberg said: "Our success over the last decade is due to the relentless effort of our employees to provide a high level of customer service while offering the most advanced laser cutting and metal fabricating technologies in the world. We also greatly appreciate our customers around the country."
Laser tube cutting is dramatically more advantageous than conventional tube cutting methods. Laser tube cutting lowers production costs by reducing multiple operations with conventional tube fabrication into one automated process. Manufacturers benefit from laser tube cutting and laser pipe cutting when producing racks, frames, trusses, supports, manifolds, etc. made from cut tubes, cut pipe and other metal fabrications. Products that benefit from laser cut tubing include roll bar cages, exercise equipment, point of purchase display racks, sign frames, railings, food equipment, playground equipment, display cases, ATVs, racking systems, etc.
Ohio Laser used the OSDC's SBA 504 loan to expand their laser tube cutting services and laser pipe cutting services as part of their value added metal fabrication services. Industry experts consider Ohio Laser's tube cutting and pipe cutting capabilities to be one of the most advanced in the world. Ohio Laser's tube cutting services provide other manufacturers using pipe and steel tubes powerful competitive advantages.
Ohio Laser offers tube cutting with outside dimensions between 0.6" through 8" square tubes and 10" round tubes. They offer laser tube cutting and pipe cutting up to 30' long, 500 pounds maximum weight and up to 1/2-inch wall thickness. Beyond the high tech capabilities, OEM's and others rely on JIT service and decades of metal fabrication and engineering experience for improved tube and pipe manufacturing processes.