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Laser cutting model building and scale models

Laser cutting modelling, architecture, miniature railways, buildings, airplanes, boats...

Laser cutting model making and models works quickly, accurately and with beautiful results. A wide range of materials are used in the laser cutting and engraving of models: synthetic materials, textiles, wood, veneer, MDF, PMMA, cardboard, paper, foam, polystyrene, foils and films, acrylic, plastics and much more. Lake. MetaQuip has a number of CO2 lasers that are extremely suitable for this.

In addition to laser cutting, you can also engrave laser for model making with the same machines.

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Cutting out model construction from wood or plastic with a laser

Laser cutting for model building with maximum precision

Laser technology offers enormous advantages for model making. Whether for scale models, miniature models or scale models, the following applies to all: Draw your design in a CAD program and the laser will cut with maximum precision and detail. The cuts are accurate and clean - requires follow-up processing in most cases.

Laser cutting model building and scale models saves a lot of time

The production time for cutting individual components is significantly reduced. The use of a MetaQuip laser cutting machine can save you up to 80% of the production time compared to manual production.

Curious if laser technology is interesting for your modeling work? 

You are most welcome to see whether laser technology is a suitable solution for your cutting or engraving application or application. Bring your digital design or material to a demonstration and we can view the result on the spot. Of course you can also send it.

Suitable laser machines - CO2 laser machines

You need a CO2 laser machine for cutting wood, leather and a large number of plastics. Important things to take into account are: what is the maximum size of the object that I want to cut, that determines the size of your worktop and what is the maximum thickness that must be cut that determines the laser power that you need.