Laser Cutting Paper
Everything you need to know about laser cutting, scoring and perforating of high-quality invitations, business cards, packaging, flyers or brochures.
How you can use a laser machine in paper finishing.
A laser machine opens up unimagined possibilities in paper finishing. You can cut, engrave, score or perforate paper, cardboard or pasteboard with a laser machine. If you laser process paper or cardboard, you can produce greeting cards, book covers or gift packaging with a tangible, individual engraving. Logos, photos or patterns for personalization can be applied with a high-quality laser engraving. With laser cutting you achieve high-precision cut edges. In this way, you can produce a particularly delicate, laser-cut pattern on the end product.
Which types of paper are suitable for laser cutting and laser engraving?
- Paper (up to 150 g/m²)
- Two-ply paper
- Gray cardboard
- Corrugated cardboard
- Fine paper
- Art paper
- Uncoated paper
- Handmade paper
Why a laser machine is the right tool for cutting and engraving paper.
A comparison of technologies.
What you can do with paper and a Trotec laser machine.
What makes our customers successful when laser engraving and laser cutting paper?
“We have to deliver all orders within 24 hours. In order to achieve this goal, we must be able to rely 100% on all production equipment. Trotec meets these requirements and is the perfect partner for us.”
“We work with cardboard and use it to create cardboard furniture for trade fair stands, exhibitions, etc. Since our foundation in 2013, we’ve used a Trotec laser machine in our company.”
Which laser machine do you need to cut paper?
Large-format laser cutting machine: SP Series
The SP series laser cutters are the comprehensive solution for cutting large-format materials. Fast and reliable laser cutting for signage and display or plastic fabrication.
High-performance laser engraver and cutter: Speedy series
The fastest laser engraver on the market helps you make your daily work more profitable. Whether you are just starting your business or want to increase your production capacity.