Laser Cut Materials List

What materials do we work with?

Below is a materials list to consider when designing your work, we have worked with a large variety of materials for different applications and can advise you on suitable materials for cutting and engraving.

If you would like to supply your own materials please send details of this within your enquiry via the contact form.

Paper & Card

Maximum size: 1000mm X 610mm

We stock quality Canford Paper & Card in 150GSM & 300GSM.

Please see our COLOUR SWATCHES for Canford card in stock.

Laserply – Birch

Thickness: 3mm, 4mm, 6mm & 10mm (in stock)

Maximum size: 1000mm X 610mm

Many types of wood can be engraved and other woods such as MDF, veneer can be cut.

Other wooden items can also be engraved.


Thickness: 3mm, 6mm & 10mm (in stock)

Maximum size: 1000mm X 610mm

We also engrave solid woods



Thickness: 1-10mm

Maximum size: 1000mm x 610mm

Available in many different colours, acrylic is the ideal plastic to use for many projects including signage, promotional materials and jewellery.


Maximum size: 1000mm x 610mm

We do not stock leather, however we do work with material supplied by our clients. Leather achieves great results when etched and a clean cut edge.


Etching only

Maximum size: 1000mm X 610mm

We also have a ROTARY option for glass, allowing us to etch cylindrical objects.


Etching only

Maximum size: 1000mm X 610mm

Brushed stainless steel

Stencil Plastic – Mylar

Maximum size: 1000mm x 610mm

Mylar is a flexible plastic which allows us to cut thin stencils for various applications.


Engraving is also possible on granite, slate, ceramics, stone and marble.

Polypropylene (plastic)

Laminate (plastic)

Bespoke Laser UK provides a creative laser cutting and engraving service. We are based in Cwmbran, South East Wales and we work with clients across the United Kingdom.

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