Our Birch Laser Plywood sheets have proved so popular with schools and makers that we have decided to extend our range of laser materials. We now supply Poplar Laser Plywood
and Laser Compatible MDF
How is Poplar different to Birch Laser Plywood?
Poplar is a cultivated wood that grows quickly, which makes it a very sustainable product. The advantage that Poplar has over Birch when laser cutting is that it is lower density, meaning that it can be cut easily at lower power settings. Poplar also has little (or no) internal knots, which also aids consistency of cutting. The difference can be seen in the two images above, which were both cut on our laser cutter at the same power and speed. We supply Poplar Laser Plywood
, Laser Compatible MDF
and Birch Laser Plywood
in 3mm and 6mm thicknesses, cut to 600mm x 400mm sheets - all highly versatile, suitable for enclosures and many other applications. CLICK HERE
for the full range.
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Year 10 iPod amplifier docking station at the Hardenhuish School.
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