PLASTICS
WOOD
CARDBOARD & PAPER
FABRICS
3D PRINTING
LASER CUT
ACRYLIC GLASS

 

Acrylic glass has existed since the early 20th century. There is a transparent version and an opaque one, and we will initially be offering the transparent type. The high quality of the product and its brilliant colors make it extremely well suited not only for laser cutting but for laser engraving as well.

The big advantage of laser-cut acrylic is that it can be worked with great precision. There are no scorch marks, and because a protective film is placed over acrylic glass when it is cut the surface is not scratched or soiled.

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CARDBOARD

 

For our products, the cardboard we use is rather thin (300gsm). Consequently, it offers you the perfect material for business cards, gift labels, calendar sheets, menus, or whatever you wish to design. We have a wide range of templates available for you to personalize with your own message or image.

Words or images can be engraved (i.e. only the top layers are "burned away" with heat of various degrees of intensity), and shapes and details are cut out with the laser.

The precision of laser cutting means that significantly finer details are possible and the thin burned edges (of cut surfaces) give the cardboard item a look that is at once particularly natural and striking.

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FELT

 

Felt has been in use for centuries, but laser-cutting technology opens up new possibilities for working with it. In laser cutting, felt is cut by a laser beam that does not come into contact with the material but heats it so quickly and intensely that the surrounding material is not damaged.

The result is a clean and fiber-free edge. When engraving, perceptible indentations are created that are a slightly darker color. This makes it possible not only to produce attractively decorated items (such as placemats or key chains) but also to personalize them very easily.

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ORGANIC PLASTIC

PLA

One of the advantages of this material is its biocompatibility (it is produced using cornstarch) which makes the plastic compostable. Organic plastic is generally relatively hard and therefore very stiff and robust.

It can be composted in industrial plants, but of course we hope you won't want to dispose of your item so soon.

A medium level of detail is possible on items made of organic plastic which means it is rarely used for jewelry but primarily for practical gadgets and spare parts. The production technique used for this material results in fine grooves on the surface.

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PAPER

 

For our products, the paper we use is rather thick (160gsm). Consequently, it offers you the perfect material for (greetings) cards, gift labels, other labels, or whatever you wish to design. We have a wide range of templates available for you to personalize with your own message or image.

Words or images can be engraved (i.e. only the top layers are "burned away" with heat of various degrees of intensity), and shapes and details are cut out with the laser.

The precision of laser cutting means that you have a wide range of possibilities because significantly finer details are possible and the thin burned edges (of cut paper surfaces) give your design a look that is at once particularly natural and striking.

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PLASTIC GLOW-IN-THE-DARK

 

For this, a phosphorescent material (e.g. pigments from zinc sulfide) is added to a plastic base material (ABS or PLA). Shining a light on a glow-in-the-dark object makes it glow for some time afterward. This is of course especially effective in darkness.

This naturally makes it perfectly suited for toys and ornaments with an eerie beauty, but also for practical gadgets in the home and office. And don't worry, this "radiation" is neither dangerous nor bad for the health; it is simply the result of a harmless photophysical process.

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PLASTIC MATTE

Alumide / polyamide / nylon

Objects made with this material are produced from a white, very fine and grainy powder. The result is a strong, slightly flexible material capable of withstanding slight shocks and a small amount of pressure when bent. The surface has a sandy, grainy appearance and is slightly porous.

Since this material allows a high level of detail it is well suited for complex designs with fine details (such as jewelry) and its flexibility makes it suitable for various adapters, covers, brackets, and other objects of a more technical nature. The texture for the customer is both high-quality and unique.

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PLASTIC SHINY & STURDY

ABS

You probably know ABS because it is used to make Lego bricks. It has the advantages of being hard, scratchproof and consequently relatively robust. The relatively low price makes this material attractive for 3D printing too.

A medium level of detail is possible on items made of organic plastic which means it is rarely used for jewelry but primarily for practical gadgets and spare parts. The production technique used for this material results in fine grooves on the surface.

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RESIN

 

Resin – not to be confused with the sticky substance that oozes out of trees ;-) – is perfect for smaller items and especially for designs with delicate details. So 3D printing with liquid resin (you may be familiar with a similar substance if you've had fillings at the dentist) makes high-precision items with a smooth, sleek surface.

The items can also be hollow, which not only makes them lighter but also opens up many other possibilities (e.g. an LED tea light for illumination from inside). For our designers, the possibilities with this material and production method are almost endless, which gives you even more choice.

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SANDSTONE

 

Sandstone is an especially interesting material for 3D-printed objects. The surface is slightly rough, the level of detail is impressive and it not only looks good, but also feels very natural.

Care is needed only when handling your sandstone item because it's not especially shockproof, so it can break easily if dropped. It's also relatively sensitive to water, so please avoid any excessive underwater frolics!

Sandstone is ideal for designer items and objets d’art because apart from the abovementioned look and feel it is also heavier which adds to the impression of extremely high quality. Miniature models and figurines look fabulous too.

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WOOD

 

Wood is perfect for laser engraving and laser cutting. When engraving a wood surface, single layers are cleanly removed by the concentrated heat of the laser beam. When cutting complex patterns you get extremely precise edges and consequently perfect cutting results.

This means that you'll also find complex designs and engraving possibilities (including images) that are not possible with conventional woodworking methods.

Wood is a natural material and that means that the heat of "burning away" with the laser results in engravings and edges that are darker in color. Scorch marks may appear on the reverse of the piece of wood. This gives your laser-cut item a particularly natural appearance.

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WOOD PULP BOARD

 

Wood pulp board is a natural product consisting of pure, naturally colored groundwood pulp. It is not only easy to work, but also has a pleasantly warm color and a slightly irregular surface that gives it a natural look.

Wood pulp board has properties that make it more closely related to cardboard than to wood. That means that scorch marks on the reverse of the workpiece are likely to be visible, and thin crosspieces or filigree elements burn more easily than wood. On the other hand, the cut edges are lighter in color and objects cut out of wood pulp board weigh even less than those made of wood, although at first sight the materials are indistinguishable.

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