Guide for Material Processing
We prepared for our customers helpful information on how to process our different materials.
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Read useful tips and tricks on how to achieve the optimum result when laser engraving laminates.
Learn about the technical background of the most commonly used two-layer laser engraving materials.
Cast acrylic can be laser engraved and laser cut with a CO2 laser. Read our useful tips for laser processing acrylic glass.
Wood as a material is now more popular than ever. Learn more about how to laser process engravable wood.
Discover different cutting techniques using Trotec Wood and TroGlass acrylic sheets that allow you to bend material
LaserCork is a natural material and is made from natural cork granules. Read our tips for smoke-free processing of cork
Learn how to achieve best results when laser cutting and engraving acrylic mirror.
TroGlitter is a cast acrylic that is mixed with glitter particles. Learn how to achieve best results when laser cutting and engraving.
Have a look at our overview which metal sheet is the perfect choice for your application.
Learn how to find the right parameters for marking blank metals with a CO2 and a fiber laser plotter
Learn how to use markSolid marking sprays and pastes in our tutorial.
Get tips how to clean plastic and acrylic sheets after laser engraving.
Find application tips and tricks for the lightweight and tough material TroLase Thins.
TroLase Foil is a thin, flexible two-layer plastic material. Learn how to achieve best results when laser engraving and cutting.
Read tips how to personalize our insulated drinking bottles made out of high-grade stainless steel
Get tips for the perfect engraving of linen books. Create customized gifts for a variety of occasions.
Get tips on how to achieve the best results when cutting and engraving stamp rubber.
Read our recommendations for manual cutting of our laser and engraving materials.