What Can You Do with a Laser Cutter?
Just like you would use your PC to send jobs to print on an inkjet printer you can also use your PC to send jobs to a laser cutter. However, unlike a normal printer that only prints on paper laser cutting machinery can cut or engrave almost any type of organic material as well as treated or painted metals. Some of the more popular materials that you can laser cut or engrave are: anodized aluminum, wood, acrylic, leather, stone, fabric, plastics, glass and much more. In fact many of the samples we process for client evaluation involve materials that we never would have believed to be laserable.
Laser Cutting Opportunities
Aside from laser cutting materials some of the popular laser cutting markets or business opportunities include: Signage and name badges, trophies and rewards, treated steel, personalized wood products, ceramic gift items, and corporate novelties, rubber stamps, barcodes, etched mirrors and glass, fabrics and clothing, Industrial labels and tags, plastics and acrylic, cut outs, and etched marble tops.
These represent some of the more popular laser markets although that by no means is an exhaustive list. The truth your only limited by your imagination and motivation to design and create. We are consistently surprised by clients who email or send us their latest laser cut project or creative. In fact we hold competitions for our clients just to see what our laser machines are capable of.
Our LS-2436 offers several unique features that were derived from client feedback as well as from the recommendations our own engineers and technicians. Most notably the 4-way material pass through areas allow clients to expand the processing or work area of the machine. No longer are you confined to a 24x36" work area. Now you can slide materials into the front and extend it out the back as well as from side to side effectively giving you an almost limitless engraving area. All can be done using auto focus or without having to level the work table.
If you would like to know more or have questions on how a laser cutter works for your specific application give us a call at: (888) 652.1555.