As wood is such a popular material, we've creatd a range of different applicaions which use it.
Trotec offer a range of different laserable woods which are perfectly suited to a range of different laser cutting and laser engraving applications. Choose from Plywood, MDF, Solid and veneered woods, laserable cork and our environmentally friendly TroCraft eco material. All of these materials
Relief laser engraving is a technique where the engraving result has different heights. This is achieved with gray shades in the graphic. Relief engraving is suitable for different types of wood, including solid wood and MDF. It should be noted that certain types are not suitable for this process, such as alderwood, which tends to discolour quickly. Relief laser engraving is a technique which is perfect for creating a range of different eye catching applications such asawards and trophies. Find out more in our detailed guide to relief laser engraving. Relief engraving
Wood is a naturally rigid material, however, it is possible to create flexible applications and projects with wood. Kerf laser cutting is a process where the laser cuts the material in a way that it is capable of flexible movement. This technique is perfect for creating a range of different creative applications, such as book covers and in model making. To see the different cutting techniques and to download the deign files, read our full kerf cutting guide.
Wood is one of the most popular laser cutting and engraving materials available on the market. The popularity of the material is largely due to the different applications which is it suitable for, including signage, model making, arts & crafts and much more. There are many different finishes for wood, including oak, walnut and many mor, as well as different varieties such as solid and veneered wood. When laser processing it is important to remember that as a natral material, each wood has different characteristics.