Karton en papier lasersnijden - Snijlab

Gasket paper, corrugated cardboard, laser board and museum cardboard.

Cardboard and paper laser cutting

Why Cardboard and paper laser cutting ?

Do you want to laser cut a single piece? Or a whole lot? With us you can have both. With our flexible options you order exactly what you need, when you need it.



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What does Cardboard and paper laser cutting and engraving look like?

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The most popular materials for Cardboard and paper laser cutting .

Pakkingpapier - 0.2 mm - bruin - MS0561 - Snijlab
Gasket paper Sale priceFrom €18,14
Golfkarton - 3.0 mm - B-golf bruin - MS0042 - Snijlab
Corrugated cardboard Sale priceFrom €17,53
Museumkarton - 1.0 mm - wit - MS0271 - Snijlab
Museum cardboard Sale priceFrom €18,08



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What do I need?

A drawing for laser cutting

Make a vector drawing and use the colors from our drawing rules. Upload your drawing and choose a material.

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Nesting parts

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