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14 April 2017
The most obvious choice for engraving tends to be wood, ply, steel and copper.
However, the effects of laser engraved marble, granite and stone are truly incredible.
Using our CO2 lasers we can create fantastic engraved products on unusual materials such as rocks and stones. Their surfaces are often smooth, polished and flat which makes them ideal for engraving - whether it’s for floors, stairs, kitchens or sinks – the possibilities are endless.
Our lasers ensure offer high precision ensuring incredibly sharp images and fine markings. Why consider engraving over other forms of marking stone such as chiselling or routing.
* Laser engraving is contactless. This means that there’s no need to grip the material, so limits the possibility of any damage – keep your product neat and tidy.
* No waste. Unlike with chiselling or routing – engraving leaves no chipping waste. The stone is effectively melted during the process so this means optimum material usage and no excess cleaning of the production area.
* Longevity. Laser engraving stone is weather-proof, permanent and won’t fade over time – perfect for a long-term design!
* High quality. As it’s a contactless process, there’s no tool wear on our machines so you can receive a high quality and precise design throughout.
Ready to write on stone? Speak to our team for expert advice.
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.
Laser cutting and engraving is fantastic for showcasing a brand - it’s elegant in its simplicity and can really make a business stand out.
We’ve always maintained that the best way to engage the next generation of engineers is by making learning fun and by challenging stereotypes and our latest project does just that.
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 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 leading designer, Kyle Wilkinson to create The Latarus Chair - the centrepiece of an exhibition which showcases the capabilities of lasers.
For our latest project, we’ve teamed up with a bespoke furniture designer to create this elegant table and cocktail cabinet.
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 our friends over at Hacksaw to create trophies for the design industry’s top prestigious awards.
We're looking to recruit an operator / technician for our creative laser division. The successful applicant would be working with the latest laser engraving and cutting technology to create products in wood, plastic, cork, rubber... The list goes on!
For our latest work, we teamed up with public arts and landscaping specialist, Circling the Square to work on a series of community projects.
Here at Cutting Technologies, we’ve always been committed to ensuring everything that leaves our lasers is of the highest standard.
An alternative to expensive solid wood
Creative, sculptural work always gets us fired up – and our latest project was just that!
Stainless steel has always been a popular choice when it comes to laser cutting, and our latest project showcases how eye-catching and detailed a design can be when using this material.
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