It is such a versatile tool that there is almost nothing better for prototyping than laser cutting. Ability to cut plastic, wood, metal, fabric, paper and many other material it makes itself one of the most useful tools for prototyping. We played with some plastic to make prototype for a glasses company.
Custom signs could be expensive. Metal custom signs are even more expensive. We Lasers offers to its clients a variety of affordable finishes for plastic signs including metal looking finishes. On that sign we used brushed aluminum lamination on acrylic and it looks exactly like the aluminum sign.
This is 4 years anniversary!!! This has been an amazing and incredible journey so far! Plenty of good things! ahead
So excited to partner with Ready Robotics. They are a dedicated team of people passionate about helping everyone who makes real things, from small job shops to massive manufacturers, unleash the power of robotic automation, whether in a big factory or a small job shop.
This was an interesting project where we combined both laser cutting and bending acrylic.
To recreate "overlapping" effect for this sign we laser cut multiple layers of transparent blue acrylic and applied them on both sides of the transparent backer.
Just laser cut and assembled a maquette for prefab houses project
Just finished assembling this laser cut sign for a New York event company Bollare. Material: white opaque 1/4in acrylic glued to 1/4 in clear acrylic base.
Laser cut acrylic sensor boxes for Nationwide.
It is alway inspiring to work with high-tech companies like Spire! We laser cut some templates for their nanosatellites a while ago and now they are shooting them in to space! On the picture: first launch from a Soyuz. Credit, Spire
Can laser cutting be one of the steps in building your next house? These days laser cutting technology can replace some of the conventional ways of fabrication. More details are coming. pictures by Tri Design Group
Daniella Beltran used laser cutting as a tool to express her "idea of cities as an agglomeration of stories". She laser cut fabric into a set of "clouds". Each layer of fabric represents "graphing of top searched words throughout the year 2010, across thirty cities, showcased seasonal trends and implied information about each city when studied as a collective".