Laser Machines for Start Up Businesses - AP Lazer

Laser Machines for Start Up Businesses

laser machine for new business

Start a Laser Engraving Business

With a small investment and a little planning, you can add a laser engraving machine to your existing business, or start a new business. A large variety of products and materials that can be laser engraved or laser cut means that your imagination is the only limit and income potential is immeasurable!

Our Business Starter Packages provide you with right equipment and training you need to start laser engraving right away. With packages to fit all of your target markets and needs, we will assist you in selecting the right equipment for your needs.

Diversify With AP Lazer

Cut/Engrave Acrylic

Cut/Engrave Wood

Cut/Engrave Leather

Engrave Glass

Engrave Brick

Cut Cardboard & Paper

Engrave Metal

Cut/Engrave Fabric

Engrave Granite

Laser Machine Purchasing Guide


Questions about our laser systems? Learn more about AP Lazer’s features in this informative buyers guide.

Customer Reviews

laser machine review

“We had been looking at different laser machines over the years and we just had not seen a machine we could invest in. Then came along AP Lazer systems. We liked what we saw about their machine, open architecture, versatility and 110w power. When the opportunity came up … we jumped at the chance and purchased their SN4836 system.”
Mike Dickemore, MD Custom Engraving

laser cutter review

“We’ve been developing a method that really hasn’t been available to powder coating, and wouldn’t be available to us if it weren’t for the AP Lazer. First we use the laser to engrave whatever logo, or pattern we want, then we use the laser to lay the powder into it.”
Cathy Kundratic, Powder Coat Finishes

laser engraving review

“We bought our AP Lazer about 2 years ago. We’ve been excited since the first day we brought it into our place and can’t live without it. There are so many people in the industry that can take advantage of additional revenues AP Lazer provides.”
Mike Mims, Cherokee Monuments and Child Caskets

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