Application Types: Textiles

Our CO2 lasers can create patterns on your jeans, trim the fabric for your car interior, and cut the material for your clothes.

Both natural and synthetic textiles can be processed using our lasers. Laser processing is flexible, allowing designs to be created and modified with ease. The laser cuts most fabrics cleanly and at high speed, simultaneously sealing the edges to prevent fraying.

  • Laser-cut detail on leather shoes

    Leather processing

    Leather processing Our CO2 lasers offer endless design possibilities for leather processing in the fashion, automotive and furniture industries. Both natural and synthetic leather materials can be processed at high speeds, and intricate designs can be created with ease.  The laser produces a good finish, minimises waste and offers tremendous flexibility. Processes include cutting, marking and texturing. Recommended Products…

  • Laser-marked denim jeans

    Denim marking

    Denim marking Lasers are becoming increasingly commonplace in the denim industry, where they are used to apply patterns and effects to jeans and other clothing. Laser processing is a sustainable solution, reducing water usage and eliminating the need for the harsh chemicals associated with traditional processes. Productivity is dramatically increased, as laser finishing is much faster than…

  • Laser cut textiles

    Fabric cutting

    Fabric cutting Cutting textiles for the fashion industry presents many challenges; our CO2 lasers offer solutions. Lasers can be used to cut a wide variety of textiles and fabrics, including both natural and synthetic materials – leather, cotton, polyester, silk, lace, neoprene, felt, nylon, fleece… the list is endless! Complex shapes can be cut out with ease and precision, and…

  • Textile car seat

    Textile cutting

    Textile cutting The automotive industry uses textiles in a variety of ways, from interior trim and upholstery to seatbelts and airbags. Laser cutting is now commonplace within the industry, and offers numerous advantages over traditional mechanical methods. Laser cutting is flexible, fast and precise. Fabric waste can be trimmed from the edges of moulded interior pillars with ease, using…

  • Laser engraving heat transfers for T-shirts

    Laser engraving heat transfers for T-shirts

    Laser engraving heat transfers for T-shirts CO2 laser technology finds a host of innovative applications across the fashion industry. For example, CO2 laser cutting machines can create designs on heat transfer films that are used to decorate T-shirts and other fabric garments. In this case the laser doesn’t cut the clothing. Instead, the laser engraves a type of laser-friendly transfer…

  • Airbag cutting by laser

    Airbag processing

    Airbag processing Airbags may be flat woven, where the bag is made up of several fabric pieces stitched together or one piece woven (OPW), where the structure of the airbag is fully formed on the loom. Both types require trimming, for which a CO2 laser is the ideal tool. The laser process is efficient and reliable,…