2D Laser Cutting OSB (Wood)
Laser cutting of oriented stranded fiberboards (OSB)
Laser cutting of wood, wood-like and wood-based materials, often in combination with other production processes, is part of KURIOS’ day-to-day business. We are able to laser cut OSBs from 0.1 mm to 40 mm. Furthermore, those boards can be machined, engraved, and laser marked.
Laser Marking OSB
Complex deep engravings, company logos, illustrations, and letterings on all kinds of wood.
HSC Milling Wood
Machined separation processes of wood and wood-like materials (MDF and OSB) are part of KURIOS' everyday tasks.
Milling natural materials
Production Area 3
Our team in production area 3 will realize your ideas for 2D laser cutting of natural materials in a brilliant manner.
Production area 3
The edges are burrless and don’t need to be reworked. Even though cut edges turn sooty black, we are able to conceal that through professional lacquering, if you wish hide the discoloration.
Should you have any questions regarding 2D laser cutting of wood-like materials, KURIOS’ competent team is happy to advise you. Get in touch with us.
Ambitious results for ambitious customers
Technical details of laser cutting OSB
These CNC controlled laser systems offer an extremely good repeat accuracy, brilliant result, quick processing, and work highly efficient.
KURIOS Laserprodukt GmbH is service provider for the entire production chain of oriented strand board processing. True to our philosophy “everything from a single source”, we offer a broad spectrum of further processing options. We will be pleased to inform you about further processing options, durability, or other technical classifications of oriented strand boards.
2,000 mm x 3,000 mm
Exemplary areas of application:
Display building, module construction, model construction, advertisements, Christmas tree decorations, arts and crafts, façade construction, shop equipment, and trade fair construction
Further processing offer:
Milling, lacquering, laser marking, drilling, thread cutting, gluing, grinding, digital printing, and adhesive bonding