Sculpteo's Laser Cutting and Engraving Materials
Discover all of the possibilities when it comes to laser cutting and engraving!
Sculpteo offers a great number of different combinations of laser cutting materials, complete with all of the online optimization tools you’ll need to turn your vector file into a physical object. The products range from acrylic and plywood to MDF, cardboard, and metal. A large choice of thickness and colors, and sometimes different types of wood are available for each material. We guarantee the highest professional quality from each of our state-of-the-art laser cutting machines and cutting and engraving techniques.
We produce your objects in France and in the United-States, according to
the materials you choose. Benefits of choosing the production center
include reduced shipping charges, quicker turnaround, and a better
impact on the environment.
Laser Cutting and Engraving Materials
Also known as PMMA or by the trade names Plexiglas, Acrylite, and Perspex among several others. Acrylic is a transparent thermoplastic that is widely used for its exceptional weather ability, strength, clarity and versatility.
Made from thin layers of wood veneer that are glued together with the grain at alternating right angles, this material offers both strength and durability. A different number of types of wood are available for plywood.
Engineered wood made up of separated fibers fused together under pressure and heat synthetic glue. MDF is generally denser than plywood, is inexpensive, durable, and a good choice for many woodworking projects.
A generic term for a heavy-duty paper, cardboard can be made out of various strengths, ranging from a simple arrangement of a single thick sheet of paper to configurations with corrugated layers.
Technical engineering thermoplastic that is widely used in the automotive and industrial sector. It fits for technical uses: gears and hinges thanks to its exceptional resistance, thermic stability and is solvent tolerant.
With an excellent weight/strength ratio, aluminum is a great technical metallic material for engineering parts. It is used in aerospace, automotive and for aesthetic uses.
Steel has excellent strength capacities and allows solid laser cutting parts. It is used in many industries such as engineering and building.
The metal laser cutting material Stainless steel is very strong and does not need a rustproofing treatment. It is suited for outdoor use and has a smooth surface. It can be used for mechanical parts and aesthetic ones.
Our Mirrored Acrylic material is a clear acrylic covered with a mirrored film on the side. Mirrored Acrylic combines the beauty of mirror glass with the benefits of the acrylic material. What makes it stand out is its light weight and low production costs.