What materials do you cut with a laser?

On our machines we produce curvilinear cutting:

  • natural and artificial fabrics, both in sections and in rolls, including felt, felt, spunbond, cordura, neoprene, etc.
  • cardboard, paper, corrugated cardboard, foam cardboard, electric cardboard
  • wood, plywood, veneer, cork, MDF
  • skin, suede, leatherette
  • acrylic, PET, polypropylene, polystyrene, polystyrene
  • Some types of rubber.
What materials do you keep in stock?

We constantly support the storage of plywood of the highest grade from 4 to 21mm, MDF from 3 to 19 mm. Also, there are various plastics in the warehouse.
If the material is not in stock, we will order it for you, we bring materials every day.

Can I bring my material for processing?

Of course, we accept any materials of the proper quality in the work.

How quickly do you fulfill orders?

Usually orders for laser cutting, engraving and milling are performed within 2-3 days, but possibly faster, in agreement with our manager.

Is it possible to fulfill an order for today?

Unfortunately, this is not always possible, but sometimes it can work out. Please check with our manager.

What is the laser field size on your laser machines?

At the moment we have 3 universal laser machines with a working field of 1200 * 1600 mm.
The material can be fed through the machine to a width of 1600 mm.

How do you place an order?

To place an order with us - send us the layout to the email info@porezki.net in vector form. In the letter, indicate the material, and also specify whether the material will be provided or our material will be used. Within half an hour you will receive a response indicating the cost of material and the cost of cutting.

If the cost of the order does not exceed 1000 UAH, you just need to indicate in the reply letter about the agreement with the placing of the order with us, after that the order will be put into operation. If the cost exceeds UAH 1000 - we will ask you to make a prepayment.

Can I pay for services by bank transfer?

Yes - we accept payment by bank transfer with VAT.

How to prepare a layout?
1. Cutting files must contain only vector objects designed for cutting, prepared in the program CorelDRAW, AutoCAD or Adobe Illustrator;2. It is not allowed to use raster objects (raster objects are allowed only for engraving);3.Objects must have a scale of 1: 1, the size of objects in the file is specified in millimeters;4.All the elements intended for cutting must be converted into curves, with the thickness of the line "Hair Line" ("Hairline");5. The vector image in the file for cutting should not contain open points in closed contours, fills, overlapping contours, double lines and intersections;6.All elements of the layout should be constructed according to the minimum possible number of points;7. It is not allowed to use blocking of objects, layers;8. The image for cutting and engraving on the sheet material should be provided in the front view (not mirrored);9. It is possible to use text explanations for order fulfillment in files.If you do not have the opportunity to prepare a layout, it can be developed by our designer. The cost of developing a layout is determined individually, depending on the complexity.
MaterialCutting cost per running meter
Up to 100m.Up to 1000m.From 1000m.
Polyfoam up to 10mm30 UAHUAHBy agreement
Polyfoam up to 20mm50 UAH40 UAHBy agreement
Polyfoam up to 30mm70 UAH55 UAHBy agreement

Why we

Application of laser cutting for foam rubber and isolone

The most common technology used to cut foam rubber and isolon is laser cutting. This method allows you to quickly produce a large number of parts with maximum accuracy. Porous materials are not easily mechanically cut due to their cellular structure and low weight, especially if the cut-out product has a complex configuration. Laser cutting of foam rubber and isolon, due to the absence of physical contact with the surface to be treated, allows the figure to be processed in exact accordance with the electronic drawing.

Material properties and scope

Foam (soft foam polyurethane) is an elastic, finely porous and inexpensive material that is often used for noise insulation, cushioning, insulation. It is also great for packing fragile items, stuffing toys, furniture.
Isolon (foam polyethylene) is valued for its environmental friendliness, tolerability of high and low temperatures. It is widely used for hydro, heat, soundproofing, as well as in advertising and design, the production of children’s products, tourist rugs, shoes, bags … Especially popular are lodges and other packaging elements made of isolon that protect the goods from mechanical damage during storage and transportation .

How does the process of cutting porous foam rubber, isolone

Laser cutting foam rubber (isolon) on the machine with a CNC occurs in an automatic mode. The movement of the focused beam is controlled by the computer, which directs it precisely along the planned contour. The laser is capable of cutting out any elements, including a curly line of cuts and small rounded diameters. Special cutting programs minimize the amount of waste. Another advantage of laser technology is the high speed of cutting performance with the invariably excellent quality of the cut-out elements.

Cutting isolon and foam rubber by laser on CNC machine tools in Kiev

Cutting and figured cutting with an isola and foam rubber laser can be ordered in the Kiev company PorezkiNet. We have modern laser equipment, production facilities and experienced personnel. Our specialists will help you to solve any problem. Your project is our embodiment. You can discuss the nuances of the order with the manager by phone ☎ 0676695967. It is possible to perform laser cutting by your electronic drawing or by a layout specially designed by us for your project. We can cut out as individual elements, for example, packaging, and make an original gift box with insoles of foam or foam rubber for a gentle souvenir delivery. For each project, regardless of the print run, complexity of shapes, sizes, we are fully responsible and do our work on the conscience.