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The answer to this question is, it depends. It depends upon material and material thickness. Some holes may simply be a pulse, the diameter of the laser's kerf at .003". It's best to contact our sales department with your specific requirements and application.
Our metal lasers can accommodate stock size as large as 50'' by 120'' while our ceramic lasers can accommodate a substrate as large as 16'' by 16''.