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    Laser cut material sample

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    Raster engraved stroke & fonts

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    Laser cut test widths

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  • Raster engraved stroke & fonts Raster engraved stroke & fonts
  • Laser cut test widths Laser cut test widths


Your supply only. We don’t hold stock of any felt material. The fabrics gallery is to give an indication of how the laser reacts to different textiles. We recommend having your fabric sent straight to us from your supplier once a quotation is confirmed.

Thickness: Any thickness
Felt size: Any size up to 2400×1200mm

See drawing guidelines for more on setting up a file using the drawing templates.»

See more on our laser cutting and engraving service for fashion and textile designers»

Material properties

Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant.

Laser cutting

As a natural fabric, Linen tends to laser cut with slight singed appearance that is more apparent the thicker the linen being cut. We cut fabrics on the engraving table or clean honeycomb bed which can also mark the underside of the material.

Cut edge

The laser seals the edge to prevent fraying with a brown / orange appearance.
Synthetic felts are usually acrylic based. These laser cut with a glossy edge and with a more melted appearance and lighter tones.

Cut widths & Kerf

As a benchmark, we recommend that minimum cut widths be no thinner than 2mm. We can go smaller (see cut width image above) but this can make your fabric quite fragile which might not be suitable for the application. See more on cut widths and Kerf (how much the laser takes away.)

Laser engraving

Most natural line weaves tend to engrave with a brown / orange tinge. The lighter the linen tone the stronger the engraving contrast will be.

Supplying fabrics as flat as possible

You need to make sure you supply your linen as flat as possible. Try and make sure it is not crumpled, this can cause issues when cutting.