Laser cutting and laser fine cutting are applied for different kinds of materials where complex contours demand precise, fast, and force-free processing. Lasers create narrow kerfs and thus achieve high-precision cuts. This method does not show any distortion and in many cases post-processing is not necessary as the component is subject to only a little heat input and can mostly be cut dross-free. Almost all kinds of metals can be laser cut: mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum are the most common applications. Other laser-cut parts are made from wood, plastics, glass, and ceramics. Compared to alternative techniques like die cutting, laser cutting is cost-efficient already for small-batch production. The big benefit of laser cutting is the localized laser energy input providing small focal diameters, small kerf widths, high feed rate, and minimal heat input.