It is not possible to cut metal with the Lightblade range of laser cutting and engraving machines. While it is possible to laser cut metal, using both CO2 and Fibre lasers, these machines typically have a power output of 1KW+. The power output from our glass tubes (even the 150W variants) is insufficient to cut metal.
The Lightscribe fibre marking can sometimes laser cut very thin (<200 microns) sheets of metal. However, this will require a number of passes and can result in thermal stress of the surrounding material.