2D Laser Cutting Acrylic Glass
Laser cutting of acrylic – for more than 20 years
Laser cutting of acrylic glass (PMMA) has been one of our core competencies for more than 20 years. Our machinery includes seven modern, high-precision CO2 laser cutting systems, which run particularly smooth. These systems cut smallest and finest structures without any problems, as well as material thicknesses of up to 40 mm. The edges are being polished at the same time, which makes subsequent reworking redundant.
3D Laser Cutting Acrylic
Our 5-axis laser gantry allows us to further process three-dimensional acrylic glass components.
Laser processing acrylic
Laser Marking Acrylic
Complex deep engravings, company logos, illustrations, and letterings are feasible on acrylic glass.
Acrylic laser marking
HSC Milling Acrylic
We mill acrylic glass boards and block material, e.g. Plexiglas® or Perpex®, but any other kind of acrylic glass as well, if you wish so.
Professional lacquering of plastics inside our industrial paint booth in accordance to RAL, CMYK, or Pantone.
Compared to traditional separation processes like sawing, drilling, and milling, thermal separating of Plexiglas® and Perspex® offers brilliant results while being significantly cost-efficient.
Should you have any queries regarding 2D laser cutting of acrylic glass (PMMA), Plexiglas®, and Perspex®, KURIOS’ engineers are happy to give you any advice you might need. Please get in touch with us.
Acrylic glass for many industries – everything from a single source
Technical details for laser cutting acrylic glass
Meanwhile, besides laser technology, we have further options available to refine material cuttings and produce finished products. Engraving, turning, adhesive bonding, marking, sandblasting, milling and bending are just some of these options.
Through constant expansion and continuous further training of our staff, we have developed from a simple service provider in the field of laser cutting to a flexible manufacturer of finished products, who is looking forward to every new challenge.
2,000 mm x 3,000 mm
Minimum material thickness:
non-rigid materials from 0.05 mm
Maximum sheet thickness:
Further processing offer:
Thermal bending, adhesive bonding, laser marking, engraving, turning, drilling, thread cutting, milling, and Heli-Coil
Sandblasting, abrasive blasting, grinding, brushing, lacquering, and further galvanic procedures
- Direct digital printing, screen printing, and pad printing