Metal laser cutting as a service
Rapid turnaround laser cutting enables aerospace manufacturers to meet prototyping demands. Below are four laser cutting advantages for aerospace and how SendCutSend’s e-commerce model allows it to quickly process work for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and tier suppliers.
Jim Belosic of SendCutSend: How To Be Great At Sales Without Seeming Salesy
Jim Belosic is CEO of SendCutSend, a high-tech, rapid-manufacturing company specializing in the precision cutting of a variety of metals and aerospace materials. An avid hobbyist and maker, Belosic often found himself in need of specialized parts in small quantities to create his passion projects.
High-tech manufacturer growing fast since 2018 launch in Reno
Thanks to greater Reno-Sparks’ business-friendly climate, deepening talent pool, and access to a high quality of life, companies from across the country have been flocking to the region like clockwork over the past several years. Let's take a look at SendCutSend.
A Speedy Outsourcing Service for Laser Cutting Metal
For prototyping parts in metal, a laser cutter comes in dang handy…if you can afford one. For those of you who can't yet justify the cost, yet would like to make prototypes out of metal, an outsourcing service called SendCutSend offers an affordable alternative with speedy delivery times.
Water Jet vs. Laser Cutting
Laser cutting and water jet are two commonly used cutting processes in manufacturing. Depending on the material required and the desired end result, one of these two methods may be more advantageous. Below, learn the fundamental differences between these processes and the applications in which both processes are best suited.