Everybody asks me this one question before giving a Laser Cutting job. But its an incomplete question.

Whenever anyone calls us for job this is one question everyone asks us: How much do you charge per minute for laser cutting job. It is an obvious question and an important one but today I want to share that it is not the only important question. Yes per minute cost of laser cutting matters but did you know the the same laser job can be done in different time span depending on how much power is used by the laser.

Let me explain. Let’s say you have some laser cutting work to be done on paper and you approach two different shops. One person tells you it will cost Rs. 10 per minute and another person tells you it will cost Rs. 15 per minute and you inherently decide the person with Rs. 10 per minute will be cheaper but that’s not true. You need to know one more important detail that is how much time will your job take and yes on different machines and with different setting this time can be different. In fact when I take up a big job I do work with my customer to optimize the art file to see where we can reduce the time and make it work for them.

Now don’t get me wrong I am not saying that everyone else other than us will cheat you…. will tell you more time for your job work but less per minute charge just to pick your order. But what I am surely saying is that you should check both parameters time for the job taken and per minute cost and couple of other parameters and than decide where to give the work.

Protective Face Shield

In this world affected by coronavirus, people all over the world have come up with new ways to protect themselves from the deadly infection. Many have gone ahead and have designed Face shields that will protect the doctors in case of a sudden splash of blood on their face. Or the police and healthcare professionals who are on the move will get saved from someone coughing or sneezing on them. Some cases have also been reported that infected people are spitting on the teams who are moving around for containment.

In such times, the need for such a face shield is of utmost urgency. We have taken one such design from the Internet. Special thanks to Erik Cederberg (web address: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/protective-visor-by-3dverkstan/ ) for designing and sharing one such design for 3D printing. We have optimized the design to be used with laser cutting machines and have made these Shields

3D Models

Though Laser cutting machines are 2D machines i.e they cut flat sheets only into desired shapes. But with help of Software, these flat parts can be assembled into 3D models

Cotton

Though cotton can be cut easily on lasers, the edges of real cotton keep fraying. The edges of polyester based cotton seal very well and does not fray, but real cotton does not seal itself and keeps fraying.

Acrylic Wedding Card

Beautiful Wedding Card Box made from Gold Mirror Acrylic backed with Paper. The Inserts can be easily slided inside the box from top.

Velvet

Velvet is a very versatile material when it comes to Lasers. That is because both Laser Engraving and Laser Cutting can be done on velvets with great precision. Please see yourself in these images below

Laser Engraving on Wooden Bat

Convert a regular Bat into a Memorabilia. With Precision Laser Engraving on uneven surfaces for best output. We have special American Laser Engraving machines to provide the best quality output.

Bike Model

An 8 feet long 3D Model of a motorbike made from MDF Sheets. When finished with paint, it gets difficult to guess that it is made from flat sheets

Hexagon Standee

This Standee is made from MDF and transparent acrylic. However simple it may look, the calculation of each panel size was a big challenge considering common edges. The end result is mesmerizing.

The size of the standee is 5’x5′. And is made of 6MM MDF pieces

Similar to this, such concept furniture and display units can be designed and made.

Papers

People think that papers are really easy to cut with lasers. But what they forget about is the BURN MARKS. Cutting papers is very tricky especially when you want to avoid the brown marks that come on top of paper. And if you want them to disappear from both sides, then it is a completely different game altogether. With help of our years of experience, we are glad to say that we we have made our customers happier than others and whenever they have a technical requirement, they always come back to us. Please see some of our Works below

Acrylic Coasters

This is a new line we have added recently. We have made these coasters out of Colored Acrylics. They look smart and trendy and can even be personalized with custom designs and branding. Please do contact us for more details.

MDF Coasters

MDF is a very versatile and laser friendly material. Any shape can be carved out of MDF with help of Laser cutting. Even intricate designs come out well in MDF with laser cutting. Following are few coasters we have designed

Felt

Felt is an inexpensive, versatile fabric that works wonderfully with the laser. It’s also exceptionally durable and when laser cut, produces wonderfully precise results.

Wedding Cards Jaali

Laser Cut MDF Jaal for wedding Cards and Sagan Envelopes in Multiple top finishes.

Rexine

Rexine and its family materials like PU or Leatherette are wonderful materials. They imitate the look and feel of a leather without harming any animal whatsoever. And Laser cutting Machines enhance its beauty by doing the intricate cutwork on them.

Wedding Card Accessories

These are few accessories used in Indian Wedding cards. These are made from Vinyl coated MDF sheets that have gumming at back for pasting. These are ready to use directly on wedding cards or Money envelopes. Please contact us for your specific design and pricing.

Satin

Polysatin Laser Cutting Samples done by us.

Silks

Laser Cutting Services on All Types of Silk, be it Polysilk, Natural Silk, chanderi Silk or any other ethnic Silk

Designer Ceilings

Laser Cutting has a lot to offer to Interior Designers. Laser cut wall panels and partitions adds zest to any home, office or showroom. Designers also play with lighting concepts with use of laser cutting and laser engraving methods. Like laser engraved Veneer on top of lampshades. Or down lighters having engraved artworks that glows when lit. Or laser cut patterns in light path for shadow effects.

One such concept has been put up in the lobby of The Park Hotel, Hyderabad. These laser cut panels are done by us and are made from Felt fabric. Project was designed and executed by www.ywalls.com. Photo Courtesy: www.ywalls.com