Here is an outline of what we can do:
From simple technical cuts to complex detailed cut patterns, here at Laser Bureau we adopt the principle that anything is possible.
We cut all paper or board up to a thickness of several millimetres. Using the latest cutting technologies, our fully automated, print referencing machine cuts in motion enabling instant changeover between individual sheets. Our in-house manufacturing facility enables us to cut short run jobs in sequence or large run jobs up to hundreds of thousands.
Engraving paper is an exceptional feature where the laser power can be adjusted so precisely that only a part of the paper is milled. No other method except the laser can achieve such perfect and visually stunning results on paper and paperboard.
Produce engraved creases for packaging, decorative carvings on coloured papers, security features on tickets, or even use this function on labels and packaging to etch the name and address of the customer.
Perforating is a prime discipline of our automated machine. You can set up everything easily: the length of the cut; the length of the gap; the dividing between both; even for simple holding points or a micro perforation in a special form.
Create coupons to separate in a freeform; vouchers as a clip-off element; response cards with perforated shape. All this at incredible speeds to suit your needs.
Namecut is the new dimension in personalisation. Cut names – or any other personalised data – directly to printed materials or packaging to personally engage with your recipients.
You can turn every print into a unique gift such as personalised stencils, direct mail, magazine covers, stationery as well as many other applications. Namecut makes every individual print uniquely personalised from a CSV-file.
Supplying Laser Ready Artwork
All artwork to be supplied as CMYK vector files in either .pdf .ai .dwg or .dxf formats
If your artwork is being cut from printed rather than blank stock, crop marks must be included on the laser artwork which match up to those on the print
Artwork must fit within a maximum area of SRA2 (640x450mm)
Lines should be at a weight of 0.25pt
Vector lines to be cut must be a coloured stroke of C0 M100 Y100 K0
Vector lines to be scored must be a coloured stroke of C100 M0 Y0 K0
Areas to be engraved must be a coloured fill of C0 M0 Y0 K100