Laser Cut Paper started out as Lasercraft in the mid 80’s then operated as Laser Excel until 2013 when we were purchased by Lightwave Laser.
WELCOME TO LASER CUT PAPER
Laser Cut Paper, the newest division of Lightwave Laser can help you transcend the ordinary. And we do more than laser cut paper, with over 30 years experience in the industry, our team includes production experts and design consultants that are available to help make your next project innovative and successful.
We designed and built the first high speed sheet-fed laser equipment in the industry, and for thirty years have continued to evolve and innovate as a company, pushing the limits of laser technology, delivering stunning, quality products for our customers. We started out as Lasercraft back in the late 80’s working with greeting card publishers on our first projects. Over the years our laser technology and capabilities have catapulted us to the forefront of modern design in promotional, product manufacturing, and packaging—laser cut paper complementing other processes like die cutting, foiling and other high-end techniques so well. We also have a wood division that primarily serves the hospitality, cabinetry, and residential design industries. From laser cut ambient lighting and room dividing panels, to laser cut window and wall coverings-our elegant panels will accent your existing decor, or be an
eye-catching focal point offering texture and beauty. Click here to visit Lightwave Laser, our wood division.
Continue to assist our clients creation or development of laser cut designs and products, increasing their value and impact, and showcasing the unforgettable beauty of laser cut paper.
In the simplest terms, we use a focused beam of laser light to scan art through paper stock. No physical tools contact the paper, the area to be removed is vaporized and no scrap remains. Our equipment is sheet fed and registers to a guide and gripper corner, which allows our process to be so compatible when combined with other off-line processes.
For your project, our staff will show you how to incorporate laser cutting into various applications, share how our equipment and the cutting process works, guide you in preparing final artwork for our lasers, and assist you in getting the most visual impact for your laser cut art.
Below you will find we have organized information into three categories, focusing each on information specific to that step in the production of your project. Visit OUR GALLERY to see what we have been up to, get inspired, and see how laser cutting can add interest and value to your design.