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Discover high-performance desktop laser cutter and laser engraver machines for precision work. Our bestselling range of lasers includes robust and sophisticated models with high-tech features. These laser cutters/engravers are suitable for tradespeople, creators, sign makers, educators and hobbyists who want a reliable piece of equipment to bring projects to life.
User-friendly, fast and accurate, choose the best laser cutter and laser engraver to suit your project, details, capabilities, designs, workspace and budget. The latest laser systems work effortlessly on materials such as wood, MDF, acrylics, cloth, paper, rubber and leather. If you are unsure which model is the best fit for your type of material (including different types of metal), get in touch. We can recommend the best laser cutting machine and engraver.
Explore our different products from different brands to discover the best laser cutter and laser engraving experience for your creative projects. We stock Flux, Epilog Laser and ThinkLaser. The size of your workstation, productivity goals and the type of material you want to cut/engrave will help guide you towards the perfect piece of equipment for the job.
For example, our powerful CO2 Laser Engraver range includes the Flux Hexa and Flux Beambox Pro. This desktop laser cutter engraver effortlessly cuts, shapes and engraves various materials. Its compact design is perfect for at-home use or a small business. Alternatively, suppose you are looking for something bigger. In that case, the easy-to-use Epilog Fusion Edge 36 CO2 laser is an impressive high-speed machine that delivers first-rate productivity on a larger scale.
Do you want to engrave metals? We also stock dual source laser models that combine both fibre and CO2 laser options. For example, the ThinkLaser Lightblade 1490 Dual Source Laser will cut, engrave, score, mark, etching on just about anything – metal, fabric, card, plastic, stone, tile, wood, acrylic, plastics, vinyl, glass, cardboard, foam, ceramic and so on.
Overall, you can take control of your personal or business projects with a recommended laser cutter and laser engravers from our impressive range of cutting machines. We can advise on pricing, laser power, bed size, laser type and what variety of materials the different laser cutting machines can engrave. Call us on 01948 662669 to kickstart your creative projects today with a lasercutter – it’s all about having the right tools for the right job. A Laser cutting machine is a great way to add a personal touch to your projects, and it’s also a great way to get the perfect results every time.
Laser Cutter FAQs
How does a laser cutter work?
A laser cutter uses a focused beam of light to cut or engrave materials by vaporizing or melting them. The beam is generated by a laser, typically a CO2 laser or a fibre laser, which is directed through a series of mirrors and lenses to focus the beam onto the material. The material is moved or the beam is moved over it to make the cut.
What is a laser cutter?
A laser cutter is a machine that uses a laser beam to cut or engrave materials by vaporizing or melting them. They are used in industrial manufacturing, prototyping and hobbyist projects.
What is a laser cutter used for?
Laser cutters are used for cutting, engraving and etching materials such as wood, acrylic, metal, glass, leather, and more. They are used in industrial manufacturing, prototyping and hobbyist projects such as woodworking, sign making, and jewellery making.
What does a laser cutter do?
A laser cutter cuts, engraves and etches materials using a focused beam of light generated by a laser. They are used to cut intricate shapes, engrave designs and etch text or images into a wide range of materials.
How much is a laser cutter?
The cost of a laser cutter can vary greatly depending on the size, power and features of the machine. Call us on 01948 662669 to discuss your requirement
What materials can a laser cutter cut?
A laser cutter can cut a wide range of materials including wood, acrylic, metal, glass, leather, paper, rubber and many more. Some materials require specific settings or adjustments for optimal cutting performance. Some laser cutters are also specialised to cut certain materials, such as CO2 laser cutters are good for cutting organic materials and fibre laser cutters are good for cutting metals.
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