Laser cutting (laser cut)

With the help of laser technology, it is possible to cut even sensitive materials that would be better off using a CNC machine or water jet cutting. We process a variety of materials. Wood and acrylic are the most popular, but textiles such as silk or cotton can also be cut wonderfully. Paper and cardboard are smoke-free up to a certain thickness. In addition, very delicate cutting of paper is possible. Leather, linen, fleece - no problem. Stamps can also be cut wonderfully after engraving.

Laser cutting offers interesting possibilities in product production, which fit perfectly into the workflow. Name tags can be read from a table and engraved and then these tags are cut into shape with the same laser. Laser cutting allows the material to evaporate very precisely and thus separates the material. An adhesive film that has already been applied is also cut through very precisely, so the sign only needs to be cleaned and a finished name tag ready to be glued is produced.

Laser cutting organic materials such as wood, acrylic and leather with a CO2 laser offers many advantages in creating great shapes and designs. The CO2 laser works by focusing a powerful laser beam on the material to be cut or engraved. The laser beam melts and vaporizes the material where it hits to create the desired shapes and designs.

Here are some of the benefits of laser cutting with a CO2 laser:

  1. Precision: A CO2 laser can work very precisely, making it possible to cut very complex shapes and designs. The laser beam can be positioned accurately up to 0.1mm, making it possible to cut very detailed designs and patterns.

  2. Material Variety: CO2 lasers can cut a variety of materials including wood, acrylic, leather, paper, cardboard, textiles and many other organic materials. This makes it possible to produce a wide range of products such as works of art, jewelry, decorative items, cases and much more.

  3. Efficiency: Laser cutting with a CO2 laser is very efficient because the laser beam can cut very quickly. This saves time and enables higher productivity.

  4. Repeatability: Another advantage of laser cutting with a CO2 laser is the ability to repeat the same design over and over again with utmost precision. This is particularly useful in the production of series products.

  5. Cleanliness: Because the laser beam melts and vaporizes the material, there are no chips or dust created as is the case with traditional cutting. This means that laser cutting with a CO2 laser is very clean and neat.

Overall, laser cutting with a CO2 laser offers many advantages when creating great shapes and designs on organic materials. It is an effective and precise process that has a wide range of applications in many industries.

Acrylic can be cut up to 12mm with polished edges.

Teflon film

8mm acrylic cut

Acrylic cutting