Expand your capabilities with AP Lazer’s versatile laser engraving and cutting machine. Add high detail laser engraved photos, logos and other artwork to immediately double and triple your profits.
Diversify into new, high profit markets like signage and memorial engraving and take your business to new heights.
A wood laser engraving machine is easy to learn and use, has a low operating cost, a high ROI, and will complement your existing machinery.
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This the largest and top-selling laser engraving and cutting machine. The patented removable top and open architecture design coupled with the large 48” x 36” engraving space frees you from size and weight limitations.
This laser engraving and cutting machine is a great choice for most of your needs. The removable laser top, EZ-leveling system, and high power 100w laser tube makes this a powerful resource - especially for larger products that do not fit in conventional “boxed” laser systems.
This laser engraving and cutting machine is our standard model. The removable laser top, EZ-leveling system, and high power 90w laser tube makes this a powerful resource – especially for products that require a more portable system.
This laser machine also features our patented open architecture design. This is the smallest and most portable version of our laser, weighing only 75lbs.
What products will I cut/engrave with it? Where will I put it? How will I pay for it? What size should I purchase? These are a few questions that most new machine buyers will find themselves asking at some point or another during their research….
Because there so many different types of wood available, it has become one of the most popular materials to engrave and cut with a laser. There are so many different projects that can be completed with this versatile material. Not only can you engrave it, but you can also cut through most types of wood up to 3/4″…
Let’s face it, growing a business is hard. It takes endless amounts of effort, hours upon hours (okay…days, weeks, month, and even years!) of dedication and a never-ending amount of creativity, confidence and trial and error…