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We are excited to present you with our new sample kit!  This kit showcases many of the capabilities that can be done at Laser Excel and also highlights some of the different materials that we offer.​​​​​​​ The sample kit was constructed using the following procedures: Laser Cutting: All of the puzzle pieces were laser cut. Laser cutting produces remarkable precision, intricacy, accuracy and polished edges on most acrylics. We can laser cut up to 1-1/8" thick acrylic! CNC Routing:  The base of the kit was routed and then hogged out to create a pocket. Digital Printing:  The top cover was digitally printed listing some...

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by Tyler Reinsch | November 14, 2017 | No Comments |
Everyone at Laser Excel, LLC would like to wish you all a Happy Halloween!  Fun Fact: The word Halloween is an abbreviated version of the phrases All Hallows' Eve or All Hallow's Evening

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by Tyler Reinsch | October 30, 2017 | No Comments |
Request your Digital Print Samples today! Get Noticed! Is digital printed on PETG Get Inspired! Is digital printed on 1/8" acrylic Get Natural! Is digital printed on 1/8" Baltic Birch Get Colorful! Is digital printed on .030" Styrene Get Backlit! Is digital printed on .060" #2447 White Acrylic Highlights of digital printing: Print size up to 96" x 48" Materials: Acrylic, PVC, Styrene, Vinyl, Wood, PETG, among others Printing on the first surface provides a matte looking finish, while printing on the second surface provides a gloss finish on clear acrylic or PETG Product Ideas: Headers, Shelf Strips, Point of Purchase...

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by Tyler Reinsch | October 17, 2017 | No Comments |
Make sure you check out Laser Excel, LLC's latest ad in the creative magazine!

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by Tyler Reinsch | October 2, 2017 | No Comments |
Happy Labor Day from all your friends at Laser Excel, LLC! Please note that our offices will be closed on Monday, September 4 for the holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday, September 5. Fun Fact: Americans worked 12 hour days, 7 days a week during the 19th century. 

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by Tyler Reinsch | August 29, 2017 | No Comments |