Appreciate guidance from experts on the best way to cut out many small patterns (1mm diameter holes, 4mm side triangles, curved rectangles, etc.) on thin polycarbonate sheets (<0.5mm thickness). I have done research online. Some suggested CO2 laser and some thought it was a bad idea. Because the patterns are tightly packed, I am not sure whether die cutting is an option. This project is to make sound recommendations and if possible, produce such patterns as proof of concept. Thanks.
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well i will not suggest CO2 coz once a client brought 12mm polycorbonate peice and i tired to cut a circle in it with CO2 150 watt laser but it didnt work and instead spoiled the sheet. so the best option is to cut it Plus
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