Lazer Cutting – Engraving

Laser cutting and engraving offers impressive constructions on a variety of materials. While cutting, laser’s beam follows precisely the vector graphic lines, allowing for very fine cuts. Stunning graphics and extraordinary constructions, having beautiful markings can be created with our laser machine, which has capacity up to 1200 DPI etchings over the full footprint of our laser table at 4 feet X 3 feet. A variety of patterns can be used, satisfying multiple intensity requirements. This adaptable machine can cut or engrave many kinds of material, producing any model of any shape you have imagined!

What's the biggest sheet you can cut?

Our machines can take a maximum board size of 1600mm by 1000mm. In practice, the size of material is usually dictated by what can be sourced.

What CAD file formats do you accept?

We prefer to receive .cdr format but we can work with .pdf .jpeg .png

What materials can you cut?
  • plywood
  • natural woods
  • acrylic
  • paper
How do you charge for cutting?

The cutting cost is based on time.  Factors that affect the duration of cutting include the type and thickness of the material, flipping boards over, and the length, diameter, depth, quantity, and variety of cuts.

What is your lead time?

We currently run to a 7 working day lead time from receipt of a CAD file and payment. Sometimes speed is everything. To avoid interrupting the schedule, we only do rush jobs out of hours. This naturally attracts a surcharge, but it’s how we can help you without delaying other clients’ work.

Can you engrave both sides of a board?

 Yes. We can flip any sheet we’re working on to give you features or detail on both sides.

If I have a sample but no computerized drawing, can you help me?

Of course, if we are not able to take measurements off of the sample we will just simply digitize it in.

Can you cut metal?

No, we can’t.

How accurate are your products?

Our machines are able to produce products to a tolerance of 0.01mm.

Can you print and cut the same material?

Yes, of course, we can print directly on the material with our flatbed printer and then we can cut it on the desirable shape