Laser cutting

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FabLab is home to cutting-edge laser technology, boasting three state-of-the-art machines that redefine precision. From metals to wood, our lasers sculpt intricate designs with micron-level accuracy, offering swift turnarounds without sacrificing detail. Versatility meets efficiency, empowering creators to customize every detail, from delicate jewelry to architectural marvels. Join us in the intersection of innovation and precision, where FabLab transforms concepts into tangible realities, lighting up the limitless possibilities of laser cutting.


Regardless of the technique employed, both Trotec and Epilog laser cutting involve the incremental assembly of the final product. In laser cutting, the choice of machine can significantly impact the outcome, just as with 3D printing. Let's delve into these two laser cutting methods to better understand their distinctions and guide you in selecting the most suitable option for your specific needs.

  • Trotec laser cutting employs a high-powered beam for precise cuts across materials like wood, acrylic, and metal. With exceptional accuracy, this method gradually builds intricate designs layer by layer, showcasing versatility for diverse applications.
  • Epilog laser cutting, like Trotec, uses a laser beam for efficient cuts in materials, making it ideal for large projects. Known for reliability, Epilog ensures clean and precise cuts with a layer-by-layer approach, suitable for various applications."

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