Wood Laser Material

Plywood is a material manufactured from thin layers of wood veneer that are glued together with adjacent layers alternating. It is an engineered wood from the family of manufactured boards which includes medium-density fibreboard and particle board. Plywood offers many benefits such as water resistance, durability, and flexibility making it one of the most our popular materials.

Plywood cuts quickly with an attractive finish. The edge takes on a golden-brown look, engraving and scoring operations have a similar effect on the surface of the material. We strongly recommend two species ( Balsa Wood and Birch Wood ) as other plywood types contain adhesives which don’t cut as well in terms of speed and cut quality.

Balsa Plywood and Birch plywood, ideal for all your hobby needs! Particularly suited to laser cutting, it’s also ideal for a variety of other woodworking and design projects.

Balsa Plywood

Balsa Plywood

The balsa wood itself is straight-grained with a medium to coarse texture and a low natural luster. Its lightweight nature makes it an ideal choice for various applications where weight is a concern, such as in the construction of model aircraft, recreational vehicles, interiors and displays. yacht shape. Although it is a hardwood, balsa is soft and light, making it suitable for many applications.

Birch Plywood

Birch Baltic Plywood

Birch laser plywood is highly recommended for laser cutting enthusiasts for many reasons, the main one being ease of use. Birch is a great item to offer to those new to carpentry in general and the same is true here. It cuts so easily that it is the perfect starting point for anyone getting started with laser cutting.