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Harnessing the power of light for laser cut and engraving applications.

Laser cutting offers maximum flexibility, from the simplest of geometries to shapes of limitless complexity.  It is suitable for both prototyping and production batches.

The CO2 Laser is used for applications which require large sheet processing and can cut up to 10mm thick steel. Zero clamping strip and CAD nesting allows maximum material utilization.

YAG Laser on the other hand, offers supreme cutting and engraving speed, fine surface detail and fourth axis engraving capabilities.

Design formats: dwg, dxf, cdr, ai, step, iges, sat, eps etc