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Laser cutting gives architects and designers’ creative ideas a whole new dimension – allowing them to create stunning decorative panels for balconies and balustrading.
The renovation of an old piano factory in London has been given a cutting-edge new look thanks to our lasers!
Laser cut panels for balustrading is perfect for livening up any space – it can be both practical and aesthetically pleasing. However, it needn’t be limited to the indoors.
When it comes to panels for balustrades and balconies, there’s no limit to the types of material you can use.
Working on an outdoor project? When it comes to the outdoors, each material can have a very different role to play and can react differently when exposed to the elements.
With the Tour De Yorkshire recently finishing and cycling fever hitting our part of the world again, we felt it only right we looked back on the project we did for the Grande Depart in 2014.
A few years ago we were commissioned to create artwork which commemorated the world-famous Singer sewing machine factory.
Now the weather is picking up, we’ll be spending a lot more time in the garden. Laser cutting is perfect for creating intricate pieces of décor which can really brighten an outdoor space.
The most popular material for engraving is stainless steel and our lasers have seen lots of this over the years! Need some inspiration? Here’s a few of our projects which include laser engraved stainless steel.
Using our CO2 lasers we can create fantastic engraved products on unusual materials such as rocks and stones.
One of the main uses of dynamic nesting is to improve material usage and reduce waste – no one likes to think they’re paying for material they’re not using.
Working on a project that involves large area engraving on wood and interested in how we might be able to help? Speak to our laser experts.
We’re firm believers that anything can be laser cut. Are you ready to challenge your imagination?
One of the lesser known capabilities of our lasers is that we can offer an alternative to fabrication. This works particularly well for intricate laser cut pieces which could be used for furniture design.
We worked with a leading designer to create The Latarus Chair - the centrepiece of an exhibition which showcases the capabilities of lasers.
If you’re not familiar with how lasers work, understanding the intricacy of designs can be difficult, but that’s where our team of experts can help
Have you ever thought about decorative panels? From brass to wood, you can choose from a wide range of materials to truly transform your interiors.
Forget the year of the Rooster – 2017 is set to be the year of acrylic interiors.
For our latest project, we teamed up with the very talented Clementine Blakemore and put our engineering know-how to good use by helping to create a stunning pavilion at the newly relocated Design Museum, London.
We teamed up with a designer to create trophies for the design industry’s top prestigious awards.
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We use the very latest laser cutting and laser engraving machines
Nothing leaves our production line unless it’s absolutely perfect
We work with you to make your ideas become reality
Setting new standards in the world of engineering and design is our top priority.
Client deadline looming? Just let us know and we’ll do our best for you
If we give you a price, we’ll stick to it, with no hidden extras
Thanks for the speedy work, and the quality-control – I wish there were more guys like you out there!
Jim Douglas - Senior Hire Production Engineer - Autograph Sound Recording