Cutting and engraving all types of wood with a laser.

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PROCESS WOOD WITH A LASER CUTTER

Engraving wood with a laser

wood laser engraving

You have a number of options when it comes to engraving and cutting wood with a laser: both the type of wood and the design can be selected variably. Wooden toys, Christmas decorations and Easter decorations, jewellery, handicrafts and architectural models can be engraved or cut quickly and easily using a JustLaser laser machine. Even the most delicate designs can be produced without making contact, and thus without the risk of breakage. Ease of use, a quick process flow and highly precise results make the laser cutters from JustLaser first choice when it comes to laser machines!

The processes of laser engraving and laser cutting wood are not just used for creative designs, but also in the industrial sector. Whether it’s plywood, balsa, MDF, cork or HDF – with a JustLaser Laser Cutter, you can cut numerous types of wood without any problems, from very thin boards through to 20-mm-thick boards. Properties such as density, oil content, resin content and material moisture all play a role in the final result. Using a combination of a CO2 laser cutter and a milling machine makes it possible to process wooden boards in a simple and flexible way. Precise cuts and a variety of personalisation options can result in a surprisingly low pay-back period. Your customers will be thrilled by the visually appealing individual pieces!

CUTTING WOOD IN A SUBLIMATION PROCESS

Wood can be processed through sublimation cutting. The process does not require any cutting gas as the material is vaporised in the area immediately around the cutting joint. This creates a fine, burr-free slit.

CUTTING WOOD WITH A LASER

with a JustLaser Large Laser Cutter

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WHICH WOODEN ITEMS CAN BE PROCESSED USING A LASER?

Regardless of whether it’s a toy, jewellery or a piece of furniture – the extraordinary results that can be produced through engraving and cutting wood with a laser have a number of applications:

ENGRAVING WOOD WITH A LASER

APPLICATIONS FOR WOOD

ENGRAVING AND CUTTING WITH A LASER

 

 

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WHICH TYPES OF WOOD ARE SUITABLE FOR LASER MARKING AND ENGRAVING?

Through laser cutting and laser engraving, you can give wood objects that “certain something”. Numerous types of wood can be processed according to your personal preferences or your customer’s wishes:

  • Plywood (e.g. construction plywood for roof structures and formwork, transport boxes, packaging, etc.)
  • MDF
  • HDF
  • Fine wood
  • Genuine wood: cedar, alder, beech, cherry, walnut, bamboo, birch, mahogany, lime, poplar, sycamore, Douglas fir, spruce, pine, fir, common beech, oak, ash, obeche, padauk, teak, etc.
  • Veneer
  • Plywood
  • Press board
  • Cork
  • Wooden inlays

Laser Cutter benefits for cutting and engraving wood

Engraving and cutting wood with a laser offers a number of benefits. Not least because of this, the process is used as standard in many industries.

  • Quick customisation: unique engravings and personalising work can be produced in seconds flat. Coloured inscriptions provide a decorative appearance.
  • No fixing necessary: laser work can be carried out as a fully contactless process. In contrast to milling, it is not necessary to fix the product in place. This simplifies the process, thus increasing throughput and profitability.
  • Simple work processes: You can create your desired design in your usual graphics program. You don’t need any extra software or comprehensive training. The template is sent to the laser via a print command and can be put into effect quickly and easily.
  • Clean and precise: no chips are created when engraving wood with a laser, which guarantees a clean workspace. The engravings impress with their extreme precision – even for small patterns with low radii. A suitable extractor is required and can be supplied by JustLaser.
  • No wear: when engraving wood with a laser, the laser does not become worn and it is not necessary to buy additional tools. This means there are no costs resulting from tool wear, as is the case in milling, for example. The quality of the cuts is consistently high.

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