What is CAD/CAM Design and Development?

Date: 21/11/2018

Did you know that the Apollo moon missions used computers that were less powerful than today’s average smartphone? Computers are considerably more powerful nowadays, of course, and are capable of doing so much more. This includes design and they can be used to help design even the most complex of structures. Not only can they [read more]

Yorkshire Laser’s Duncan strikes silver success

Date: 19/11/2018

A CASTLEFORD man who spends his day engineering boxes and brackets for mission critical industries has engineered his own success at the World Martial Arts Championships in Portugal. Duncan Perry, who works for Yorkshire Laser Fabrication in Normanton was silver medallist at the recent World Martial Arts Organisation in Albufeira where he competed in the [read more]

Changes in Sheet Metal Fabrication

Date: 14/11/2018

From intricate Bronze Age masks to the precision medical instruments of today, sheet metal fabrication has a pretty long history – it might even be the second oldest profession in the world. Over the centuries, techniques have changed but many of the principles of working with sheet metal haven’t changed as much as you might [read more]

Yorkshire Laser wins top exporting award

Date: 30/10/2018

YORKSHIRE Laser and Fabrication has been recognised for its exporting excellence and quality of service at the inaugural Wakefield Manufacturing Awards. The laser cutting specialist majors in boxes and brackets for the automotive, telecoms, medicinal and fire safety sectors.  Yorkshire Laser won the Exporter of the Year Award for its innovative approach and design led [read more]

The Different Processes of Laser Cutting

Date: 25/10/2018

When we think of lasers, we often think of sci-fi movies and futuristic weapons. As well as being a part of science fiction, though, they are also very much a part of science reality. They are already with us and have been used in a practical manner for some time. Lasers are basically just highly [read more]