Arts and Crafts

Find out about laser engraving and laser cutting arts and crafts products. With a laser you can apply valuable, individual designs onto a single piece or produce an entire series.

Arts and crafts products
Personalised gifts, jewellery and decorations.

How you can use a laser machine to create arts and crafts.

With individuality and great attention to detail, you can visually enhance your products or works of art. With a Trotec laser engraving machine, virtually any design can be engraved and recreated in great detail on a variety of materials. Easily refine your works of art with text, logos, images or photos. Laser engravers are easy to use and can decorate your works of art in no time at all.

Whether you are refining pieces of jewellery with unique laser engravings or creating new works of art using the laser machine, the sky is the limit. Personalise and laser engrave your decorations with photos, images or names. Expanding your range to include personalised gifts is a great way to offer additional value to customers.

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Why you should use a laser machine for arts & crafts: A comparison of technologies.

What can be done.

What type of laser do you need for personalisation?

Speedy laser engravers and cutters offer a real competitive advantage, creating significant added value for products made of wood, plastic or glass. Discover the speed, intelligent functions and the innovative technical design.

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What our customers say.

"Trotec Materials are used frequently in Integrity Laser's gift business. The ease of processing Trotec’s wood and signage materials is unmatched. The quality is always consistent permitting us to process a stack of materials without continuously having to adjust the parameters in JobControl."

Jeff Muster

Owner and Manager of Integrity Laser

“I used to make all our leather bracelets by hand. You can only imagine how long it took. Now I’ve programmed the bracelets into the machine because I’ve sold so many and I keep running out of stock. What my machine can do never ceases to amaze me.”

Carol Dadds

Sunshine Barossa

"Investing in new machines, software and personnel is the key to keeping up with customers' requirements. Fortunately, we can usually meet all customer requirements, partly thanks to the two laser machines that we have."

Loek Stultiens

Stultiens Group


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We'll advise you from your initial enquiry.

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