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TUBECON LASER

Specialist in laser cutting sheet metal components.


We aim to be the best supplier of sheet metal components in South Africa.

Tubecon Laser, sister company of steel tube and profile manufacturer Tubecon Africa, specializes in laser cutting sheet metal components. Being able to find and give our customers the perfect balance between high quality products, fast delivery times and good prices makes us one of the leading laser cutting companies in South Africa.

Laser cutting of up to 2 x 6 meter sheet metal components from various materials including mild steel, aluminium, 3CR12, various steels and wear plates with thicknesses ranging from 0.9 up to 22mm are supplied to customers in various industries.

Customer service is on top of our priority list starting with quick quoting and the placing of customer orders, ensuring that you stay up to date with the progress of your order up to delivery. Satisfaction of customers after the delivery of sheet metal components are followed up. Tubecon Laser provides exceptional service, high quality laser cutting and fast lead times combined with reliability.

Our laser cutting manufacturing branch is situated in Pretoria, Gauteng with a selling branch in Blackheath, Cape Town. Deliveries throughout the Gauteng area occur on a daily basis. Deliveries to Durban, Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Polokwane and various other areas are done multiple times per week. The combination of fast cutting and delivery lead-times ensured that we became one of the fastest and best laser cutting companies in South Africa.

We believe in continuous improvement, looking for gaps and new opportunities in the market we can pursue. One of the first opportunities we have identified is the need for bending which was added to our production process. If bending is required, we laser cut the parts required with a bending line marked on the profile after which it is send for bending. Tubecon Laser will be adding more sheet metal working processes in the near future.

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