The laser operates with great precision by concentrating a large amount of energy on a very small area. By adjusting power and speed, our operators can engrave or cut different kinds of materials with a thickness ranging from a sheet to about 1 cm depending on their properties and with dimensions up to 70 x 122 cm.
The most common materials are wood, cardboard and plexiglass, but it is also possible to engrave stone, leather or certain types of metals. Each material reacts in a different way to the action of the ray, providing original results.
Among the fields of application are the personalization of objects, the creation of menus, signage and displays, architectural scale models, … Combining laser cutting and engraving with printing makes it possible to further multiply the possibilities and implement your most complex ideas.
Whatever your idea, we can provide all the advice and expertise you need to make your project stand out.
In order to facilitate the processing of your order, please send us vectorized files (.AI, .PDF, .EPS, .CDR, .DWG) and check that characters – if any – are also vectorized.
The size of the machine is 70 x 122 cm. Bigger dimensions can be achieved by combining several pieces.
To create a proper drawing file, help yourself with the templates available hereunder.
You want to work with a material that is not in our list or you want to bring your own material? Please read the following and contact us for more information.
You are looking for a material shown in the list above but in a different thickness, finish or color. In this case, we can check the possibilities with our suppliers and place a specific order for your project.
You are looking to work with a specific material. First, be aware that not all materials can be cut or engraved with the type of laser machines we use. If you plan on using a material with which we have never worked, we will need to plan a test prior to final production. In that case, allow a little extra time and additional material that can be used for the test.
You want to bring your own material. The previous remark also applies. We decline all responsibility in the event of machining imperfections on a material which does not come from our stock.