Material for Laser Cutting (engraving)
Material is what you need to pay the most attention to while choosing laser cutting, engraving, or marking. MimoWork provides some laser cutting materials guide in the column, helping our customers know more about the laser ability of every common material in every industry. The following are some materials suitable for laser cutting that we have tested. Moreover, for those even more common or popular materials, we make individual pages of them that you can click into and get knowledge and info there.
If you have a special kind of material that is not on the list and you would like to figure it out, please feel free to contact us at Material Testing.
Hope you can find answers from the laser cutting materials list. This column will keep updating! Learn more materials used for laser cutting or engraving, or want to explore how are laser cutters used in industry, you can further glance at the inner pages or directly contact us!
There are some questions you may be interested in:
# What materials are used for laser cutting?
Wood, MDF, plywood, cork, plastic, acrylic(PMMA), paper, cardboard, fabric, sublimation fabric, leather, foam, nylon, etc.
# What materials cannot be cut on a laser cutter?
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), Polyvinyl butyral (PVB), Polytetrafluoroethylenes (PTFE /Teflon), Beryllium oxide. （if you are confused about that, inquire us firstly for security.)
# Besides CO2 laser cutting materials, what else laser for engraving or marking?
You can realize the laser cutting on some fabrics, solid materials like wood which are CO2-friendly. But for glass, plastic or metal, UV laser and fiber laser will be good choices. You can check out specific info on MimoWork Laser Solution (Products Column).