laser cutting

Laser cutting

This technology makes it possible to cut or engrave through a laser beam, plates of different types of materials and thicknesses.

Both objects for industrial use and objects for artistic and architectural use can be made with this type of processing.

Generally, no further processing is required; only in some cases is bending, gluing, or welding used if there are multiple parts to be assembled.

A vector file format or DXG file is required for bidding.

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CO2 laser cutting and metal laser cutting

CO2 laser is used for all nonferrous materials and aluminum, as it does not have sufficient power for cutting. Instead, it is suitable not only for cutting plexiglass or plastic materials compatible with laser cutting, but also for surface engraving of logos or designs.

Instead, the metal laser is used to cut any type of metal and aluminum of different thicknesses.

Waterjet cutting

Instead, this technology uses laser, a very powerful water jet to cut indifferently through plastic materials, aluminum, and any type of metal.

It has the advantage that by not using heat for cutting, the plate does not undergo deformation phenomena, generating a sharper cut.

The disadvantage is that it has less precision than laser cutting.


It is possible to engrave drawings, logos, lettering, etc. on any laserable material.

It is generally used for engraving on plexiglass and aluminum.



There are many materials that can be lasered, the following is a brief list of the plates of materials that we can process.

1) Plexiglass

2) Polycarbonate

3) Styrofoam

4) Aluminum (suitable for laser cutting)

5) Ferrous materials