LASER CUT TEHNOLOGY

It's amazing what can be achieved with creative design, correct material selection, and first-rate lasers

FIELD OF USE

Laser cutting and engraving applications

Lasers are very functional. They can be used for cutting and engraving various materials in many different applications. Here are just a few that may get you inspired:
Engineering
Architecture & Interiors
Art & Sculpture
Stencils
Signs & Display
Brand & Marketing
Decorative Panels
Promotional Items
LASER BENEFITS

Why is laser cutting and engraving so popular?

Lasers are high-precision machines that can create functional as well as visually appealing items. Their popularity lies mostly in their reliability and versatility. We’we listed the main features that will benefit you when using laser technology.

Very detailed machine
Excellent in processing many different materials
Assures repeatability and consistency
Fast process
Low cost

Materials

CUT AND ENGRAVE

With our first-rate lasers, we can cut and engrave various non-metal materials up to 24mm of thickness.

CARDBOARD

WOOD

FOAM

FABRIC

RUBBER

CORK

LEATHER

ENGRAVE ONLY

Our C02 laser can engrave various materials, from metal, stone to glass. We can request our supplier to cut standard sheet sizes down to any rectangular or square.

METAL

STONE

GLASS

KERROCK

READY TO GET STARTED?

Send us your design

Create your custom vector drawing and send it to us. If you don’t know how to do it, let us do it for you.

Get it right

Together we will define materials, thickness and finishes needed. Based on this you’ll receive our quotation.

We laser it!

We use first-rate laser machines to turn your ideas into reality. If it doesn’t look right the first time, don’t worry, we will do it again and again until you’re satisfied with the result.

GET A QUOTE

We can't wait to see your designs

1.Send us your design

Ideally, we need vector files in .AI, .DXF v2004 or SVG with an indication of scale. If you don’t know how to do it, drop us a message, and we will do it for you.

2. Your application

Give us an idea of what you are making, is it an ‘appearance’ project or a prototype. It helps us to suggest the best material choice and therefore give a more accurate quotation.

3. Materials and thickness

Let us know what material and thickness you would like to use for your product. If you need only engraving, let us know what material yout item is made of and what are the dimensions of this item.

4. Needed quantity

We need to know the number of prototypes you wish to have. Costs vary depending on the volume of order, so it’s important to convey this information.