Flatbed laser cutting

Flatbed laser cutting is one of the most commonly used techniques for editing sheets of materials of up to 25mm thick. With flatbed laser cutting, complex shapes can be cut in small or big batches with a high processing speed. Materials such as cardboard, corrugated cardboard (from 0.8 mm), plastics (from 0.8 mm) and various wooden sheets of materials such as MDF, multiplex, triplex, and decowood are common materials for laser die cutting.