Submit a file in Rhino (.3DM), AutoCAD, or Illustrator in vector format to email@example.com. Our laser cutter bed can fit 1000mmx700mm materials.
You can download our laser cutting template. This will assist you in correct file set up. The file is a Rhino file, but you can import it into CAD, Illustrator or similar.
$25.00 Processing Fee (Regular) required for each file.*
$5.00 Processing Fee (Student ) required for each file.*
$1.75/min Laser Cutting Rate^
*A rush fee is charged at 25% of the cutting time for an urgent delivery within 24 hours (Business Days).
^ Minimum fee of $50.00 per cut excluding package jobs.
We offer laser-cutting packages for students and industry with significant discounts. Packages start from only $290.00.
3 Hour Tester’s Package
$290.00 with 3 month Expiry ($25 Saving)
5 Hour Explorer’s Package
$450.00 with 6 month Expiry ($75 Saving)
10 Hour Crafter’s Package
$790.00 with 9 month Expiry ($260 Saving)
20 Hour Maker’s Package
$1470.00 with 12 month Expiry ($630 Saving)
All packages are exclusive of a processing fee per file.
*All prices are inclusive of GST.
Please note that rush fees still apply to package jobs at the standard rate (25% of standard minute cut rate).
Maximum recommended material thicknesses are as follows:
Marine Plywood: 6.0 mm
Poplar Ply: 18.0 mm
Perspex/ Acrylic: 6.0 mm
MDF: 9.0 mm
We do not cut vinyls and other toxic materials – if you are unsure, please check the MSDS. You will need to drop off your own materials for laser cutting.
// weekend jobs
Jobs that require a 24 hour delivery over the weekend need to be organised in advance. They have a minimum fee of $150.00 inc GST, as we will need to organise staff especially to come in over the weekend to complete your job.
No packages can be applied for weekend jobs.
Rates are calculated at standard pricing + rush fee for weekend jobs.
// things to note
Please leave a minimum 8mm border for your materials if you are laser cutting.
Our bed grid is 10x10mm – any pieces smaller than this will likely fall through when they are cut. We recommend that you leave a small gap that is uncut so that we can also avoid taping (this is especially the case with cardboards, as the tape will remove the surface of the card), and you remove the last part with a knife. Otherwise, we would recommend you bring a polypropelene sheet to act as a tray for your cardboard and so the tiny pieces do not fall through.