Corian® is a composite material that was introduced to the market in 1967 by the DuPont company. It is a very solid surface material that combines exceptional durability with numerous design possibilities. The surface material consists of one-third acrylic resin and two-thirds natural materials extracted from bauxite - an ore from which aluminum is also made.
The material has been used for decades, especially in residential and commercial construction. Carpenters, architects, artists - they all appreciate the material due to the interplay of attractiveness and durability. Corian® can also be excellently combined with other materials, such as wood. The material can be sawn, thermoformed, sanded and processed into Interasien. Also excellent for precise, clean, fast and efficient processing are the JustLaser laser engravers and laser cutters.
As the material is non-toxic and has flame-retardant properties, it can also be used for applications in public spaces such as operating theaters, intensive care units, shipbuilding, laboratories or airports. The composite is also very popular outside these areas of application. The properties of Corian® are particularly popular with architects, designers and artists. The material has been and continues to be used for facade cladding in architecture, designs for utility and furnishing objects in the design sector, and a wide range of artistic creations.
The laser engravers and laser cutters from JustLaser are excellently suited for processing Corian®. Due to laser technology, the material can be cut with extraordinary precision, producing no waste, hardly any cutting gaps, and with permanent repeatability and the highest quality.
Likewise, the surfaces can be engraved and thus individualized by means of laser - and this with a number of advantages: fast and easy, gentle to tool and material, flexible and precise, as well as cost-efficient.