FAQs


Tech Specs

Our laser cutter has a maximum size of 24"x18" The laser beam removes a small amount of material during cutting. This is about 1/32" with most materials. It is recommended to factor this in when creating a design.
While it is possible, we do not recommend cutting material thicker than 3/4" because it gets expensive and may not come out as nice looking.


Materials We Cut


Plastics Acrylic (also known as Plexiglas, Lucite, PMMA) Delrin (POM, Acetal) Kapton tape (Polyimide) Mylar (Polyester) PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol) Polyethylene (PE) – Melts badly Polypropylene (PP) – Melts somewhat like Styrene Two-Tone Acrylic – Top color different than core material, usually for custom instrumentation panels, signs, and plaques.


Woods MDF Balsa Basswood Birch Poplar Red Oak Cherry Holly ...and more


Other Leather Magnetic Sheets Papers  


Materials We Do Not Cut


Some materials produce toxic fumes when cut, and others are simply too hard to cut:Any material containing Chlorine Polycarbonate (PC, Lexan) PVC (Cintra) Vinyl Glass Fiberglass Printed Circuit Board (FR4 and others) Carbon Fiber High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)


Metals We do not cut metals, only engraving of Anodized Aluminum.