Through a combination of burning and cutting of wood ,these necklaces designed by Melbourne artist Amy Killen have been created though the use of a laser cutting machine. Fine details can be seen on her pieces and the process of laser cutting allows these pieces to be brought to life. Click here to link to her website. So Little Time Co’s laser cut wooden jewellery incorporates splashes of colour through its hand painted pieces. Melbourne artist Kirsty Eckard’s collection of…
Melbourne laser cutter recently worked along side a wine company in Western Australia to design laser cut stencils. These stencils enabled them to spray their logo onto packaging for the various bottles of wine. The end result looks fantastic! Visit their fanpage at Express Winemakers.
Recently we had the opportunity to work for Great! Sweet and help them out with laser cutting for one of their clients. We produced a printed and laser cut invitation for them for one of their upcoming events. It was a wonderful opportunity and one that we were very excited to be a part of.
We now offer digital printing onto A4 and A3 paper, up to 330 GSM. This allows us to make business cards, catalogues, brochures, point-of-sale or combine both laser cutting and digital printing. We can also print on banner paper up to 900mm in length. Please enquire via email for pricing.
Here is a sample of our digitally printed French Vintage on acrylic invitations. Purple, green, yellow and brown were the main colours used in this collection, however other colour options are available on request. Please contact us for further information.