Laser cutter

Cutting paper

CO2 laser systems are ideally suitable for the cutting and engraving of paper, cardboard and paperboard. They are characterised by very high precision and can even cut the smallest contours. Due to the contactless machining of the laser beam, the sensitive material will not be damaged

Laser cutting Plywood and MDF boards

Plywood consists of several sheets of wood, glued one on top of another, alternating the wood grain on adjacent layers. Assembled around a central plate, there is always an odd number of plies. Plywood and laser cutting go hand-in-hand. Laser cutting is precise and allows you to draw extremely fine curves.

Creating Models

Laser, with its high level of flexibility and fast processing capacity, is the perfect tool for producing architectural and miniature models.

Engraving on Leather

You can laser to engrave leather hat patches as covers for caps. Having an Laser machine allows you to personalize these items at the touch of a button.

Laser-cut clothing

Laser cutting used to be reserved for haute couture designs. But as consumers began lusting for the technique, and the technology was made more readily available to manufacturers, it's become commonplace to see laser-cut silk and leather in ready-to-wear runway collections.

Another benefit is that one method can be used to cut many different materials, like silk, nylon, leather, neoprene, polyester and cotton. Also, the cuts are made without any pressure on the fabric, meaning no part of the cutting process requires anything other than the laser to touch a garment. There are no unintended marks left on the fabric, which is particularly beneficial for delicate fabrics like silk and lace.

Laser cutting artist

Kirk Dunkley from Canada is an artist who loves to use the laser cutting machine for many of his works. He walks us through why the laser has helped him cut time and costs in so many of his works and how it changed the way he creates his art pieces.

Laser-cut layered paper art

Colin Liotta of Liotta Design explains how he makes his incredible laser-cut layered paper art using maths and a laser cutter

DIY Laser cutter projects

This video talks about products that you can cut on your laser cutter. Most of these products only took 3 to 4 hours to make. And you can do the same. All you need to do is start thinking differently about how you build things. Video showcases simple coasters to fidget spinners to reciprocating gears to more complicated devices like gimbals.