LaserCAM Fabrication makes precision metal parts for exacting production level requirements 

We have the newest, most accurate, and efficient CNC equipment on Vancouver Island, allowing us to deliver production level parts.

Services

Fiber Optic Laser Cutting

We have a fully automated Trumpf 4kW fiber optic laser. This machine can cut up to 1" thick steel and can cut thinner metals at speeds up to 2000 in/min.
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CNC Forming

Our Trumpf press brake is state of the art, and rated for 170 tons. With CNC angle measuring, crowning, 6-axis back-gauges we can accurately and repeatedly produce complex parts quickly and reliably. 
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 PEM Insertion

Our PEMSERTER Series 4 press is designed to install self-clinching fasteners and hardware
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3D Printing

 We have four 3D printers capable of inlaying glass fiber and chopped carbon to improve structural integrity of your parts, 
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May 23, 2019
East Part Cleanup

We were inspired by a tool called the Rhino hammer developed by the guys at SlatPro, which is a pneumatic hammer with a HPDE head for vibrating out parts micro-jointed into a nest. However, we wanted something more portable that didn't require an airline. So we designed a 3D printed polyurethane head and fit it […]

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April 24, 2019
Designing a custom Z bending tool using 3D Printing

We designed these custom z-bending tools to make this part with one hit instead of 3. This part is also asymmetrical, meaning that one bend is under 90 degrees and the other is 90 degrees. The offset is also not a standard size. This tooling would have to be custom made. Making the tooling ourselves […]

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February 26, 2019
3D Printed Press Tooling - Louver Dies

Just in time manufacturing requires flexibility and capability. 3D printing can offer both.   By slitting the openings of the louvers with the laser we can remove the shearing requirement and print the tooling to deform a louver.           We had the custom louver tooling designed, iterated twice and into production […]

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February 20, 2019
The laser ripping through perforated aluminum, which was pretty sweet IMO
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