The efficient laser machines from JustLaser not only deliver outstanding results when processing metal, acrylic and wood. They are also considered beneficial, efficient and innovative devices when it comes to processing textiles with a laser. Whether cutting patches, branding for sportswear, engraving logos in car upholstery or personalising items of clothing with initials and even in fab labs – our laser technology always wins people over with its precise quality.
Textiles can be marked and cut using lasers, resulting in a special variety of different design options in textiles processing. Do you want to precisely cut textiles or personalise them through laser marking and thus create unique, one-off pieces? The laser machines from JustLaser make it possible! The process was only used in haute couture in the past, but the technique is now very popular in a wide variety of industries. Textiles for the fashion and automotive industries, the interior industry, flags and banners, and for medical and industrial purposes can all be processed using lasers.
In comparison to elaborate stitching and embroidering by hand, modern lasers offer a number of options for quickly and efficiently cutting and finishing textiles. But that’s not all – if you want to process textiles using a laser, the laser machines from JustLaser will win you over with a whole range of benefits:
There are basic distinctions made between linear, planar and spatial textiles. They are made in different processes from textiles (natural or synthetic fibres) or non-textiles (such as leather, feathers or even metals) and are used in the clothing sector, and in medicine and industry. When it comes to processing textiles, lasers are usually used to process planar or spatial textiles:
Different processes are used depending on whether you want to use lasers to cut or finish textiles.
The laser cutters from JustLaser cut a wide variety of textiles particularly efficiently and quickly. Synthetic textiles can be processed particularly well. As the material often contains plastic, which melts when processed with a laser, the edges are automatically sealed (cut & seal), preventing fraying. The cut edges of natural fibres such as cloth turn a brownish colour. However, this can be largely avoided if the correct laser parameters are chosen. As no contact is made with the material when processing textiles with lasers, the material does not warp and can be processed in any direction, regardless of the structure of the fabric.
The surfaces of a number of organic and inorganic textiles can be finished and thus visually and haptically altered using a laser.
Customise textiles with logos and give them distinctive recognition value, engrave unusual designs into leather wallets or book covers, or personalise shirts or other items of clothing with your initials. A number of projects and ideas can be put into practice easily and efficiently with the high-quality laser cutters from JustLaser! If you process textiles with lasers, you can achieve sensational colour contrasts on many materials.
If you want to process textiles with a laser, you can use the efficient laser machines from JustLaser to produce tailor-made solutions and high-quality results. Cuts are made with maximum precision and at a consistent level of quality. The technology can be applied flexibly to a wide variety of materials and finishes the material extremely gently.