Why Lasers

Laser cutting Fabric and Textiles is a popular production method.
Laser Cut Fabric is a branch of Laser Cutting Shapes in Columbus, Ohio and has done huge work to develop reliable laser cutting process for medical applications, interior design, fashion, military and more.

Few definitions about laser cutting Textile Vs. Fabric

"Textile refers to any material made of interlacing fibres. Fabric refers to any material made through weaving, knitting, spreading, crocheting, or bonding that may be used in production of further goods (garments, etc.)." ( Wikipedia)

Our list of laser cut textiles and fabric includes and not limited to:
Silk, Nylon, Polyester, Faux Fur, Fleece, Leather and Leatherette, Lycra, various Mesh fabrics, Ripstop materials, Ultrasuede and other Fibers, Cotton, Neoprene, Felt Natural and Felt Synthetic, Suede Leather, Rubber and rubberised textiles, Tyvek...

What are the benefits of laser cutting textiles and fabrics:

1. Ability to laser cut unique and intricate patterns

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These images are showing intricate laser cutting of dresses for Zac Posen and Michael Angel that we have done for these designers.

2. Laser cutting provides 100% repeatable cutting: 1 piece, 10 pieces, 1,000's pieces - they are all the same

Laser Cut Bracelets

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These images are showing that laser cutting is a digital process and repeatability of laser cutting textile parts or leather jewelry will be resulting in identical parts.