• Men’s Laser Cut Fashion: The Future of Men’s Fashion

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    Men's Laser Cut Fashion

    Men's Laser Cut Fashion is now emerging as trend in the fashion industry. As you see, most laser cut fashion are designed for women from couture, casual wear, headdresses, and all others. Laser cut produces a lace like intricate design. This is the reason why most designs are for women. Now, designers are experimenting on laser cut fashion for men. Here are some amazing designs we found on the internet:   [caption id="attachment_9451" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Pinterest[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9452" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Pinterest[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9453" align="aligncenter" width="300"] alibaba.com[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9454" align="aligncenter" width="300"] hobbyandinterest.wordpress.com[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9455" align="aligncenter" width="300"] dezeen.com[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9456" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Emporio Armani Men[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9457" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Emporio Armani Men[/caption] Laser cut fabric made to stand out from the crowd! Laser cut fashion is a trend that is growing within the industry. It allows local manufactures to create unique designs in an efficient and cost effective way. Various patterns can be created and the fabric is required to be laser cut prior to assembly and sewing. Call us to order today 03 9939 4796. Melbourne Laser Cutter is part of the Lydra Group collective. For more information, enquire within.


  • Laser Cut Stencil Name for Mernda Community Garden at Carome

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    Laser Cut Stencil Name

    Laser cut stencil name is a thin sheet of cardboard or plastic which has a pattern or letters for the business name or logo cut out of it. This is then used to produce the cut design on the surface below by the application of ink or paint through the holes. They are often used for painting on walls, pavements, or any surface you want to print a design, pattern, or letters cut out from a stencil. We created this laser cut stencil for Mernda Community Garden at Carome to mark their garden tools. Before: After: The Mernda Community Garden at Carome was established in 2010 and is located within the culturally significant and heritage listed Carome Homestead. Set in paddocks and perched above the Plenty River, the garden provides open space and views that recall the area’s rural past. The garden consists of 30 member plots, 10 communal plots and an orchard of 40 fruit trees. Our members are all residents of the City of Whittlesea and enjoy coming together with like-minded people to learn, grow and socialise in a safe and welcoming environment. They cultivate in an organic manner and employ many permaculture practices to ensure that they garden as mindfully as possible whilst still maintaining high yielding plots. They enforce a strict “no spray” policy to ensure that we act in an eco-friendly and sustainable fashion. Everyone is welcome to attend our produce swaps which are held on the first Saturday of each month. The Mernda Community Garden at Carome encompasses member plots, communal plots and a small orchard all tended to by volunteers. Their organization is a perfect venue to be one with nature and yielding natural, and organic produce for healthier community. Not just that, it also helps build harmonious relationship among members of the community. Interested of custom stencils for your business? You may enquire within.


  • Laser Cut Sunglasses: The New Fashion Trend on Sunglasses

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    Laser Cut Sunglasses

    Laser cut sunglasses are now slowly gaining popularity on the sunglasses industry. The designs are undeniably cool and fabulous on sunglasses frames. To be honest, laser cutting can make anything elegant and stunning in just minutes. It provides intricate and difficult designs that if done by hand would take days. Here are some amazing photos from the internet - courtesy of pinterest for these cool photos! Laser cutting offers the kind of precision that you'd get if a design were done by hand, but at a much faster pace, making it more practical and also allowing for lower price points. According to startupfashion.com, “Laser-cutting” has become a buzzword in the world of industrial design and fashion. Many contemporary objects from computers to clothing have been touched by the process, and its popularity continues to grow the more we discover about it’s potential. Do you have a project in mind that is perfect for laser cutting? Enquire within.


  • Laser Cut Bracelets is the Accessory of the Future

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    Laser Cut Bracelets: Rustic but Stunning Designs

    Laser cut bracelets are a unique piece of accessory. It is usually made out of wood or leather. The designs are usually rustic, patterned, but intricately stunning when worn. Machine-made items could be fashionable, yes, but they were seen as practical pieces, that were inherently less creative. Things have changed and laser cut bracelets is now part of an item apparel on the runaway or even daily wear. We have found some amazing bracelets online (thanks to pinterest!) for inspiration: According to startupfashion.com, “Laser-cutting” has become a buzzword in the world of industrial design and fashion. Many contemporary objects from computers to clothing have been touched by the process, and its popularity continues to grow the more we discover about it’s potential.   Laser cutting offers the kind of precision that you'd get if a design were done by hand, but at a much faster pace, making it more practical and also allowing for lower price points. Interested in designing bracelets using a laser cutter? You may enquire within. Please note that we currently don't offer leather laser cutting due to it's toxicity.


  • Laser Cut Fashion: Laser Cut Mask for Your Elegant Masquerade Ball

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    Laser Cut Fashion Innovation - Laser Cut Mask

    Creating a Laser Cut Mask alludes to an elegant, intricate design that gives anyone who wears them the added luxury and finesse in a masquerade ball. Before we thought that laser cut fashion is limited to couture, clothes, headdresses, handbags, and shoes. Guess what? It's also perfect for masks! Looking for ideas for your up coming masquerade party? We found on the internet several laser cut amazingly designed masks that you can wear on a masquerade ball. According to startupfashion.com, “Laser-cutting” has become a buzzword in the world of industrial design and fashion. Many contemporary objects from computers to clothing have been touched by the process, and its popularity continues to grow the more we discover about it’s potential. Laser cutting used to be reserved for haute couture designs. But as consumers demand increase for the technique, and the technology was made more readily available to manufacturers, it's become commonplace to see laser-cut silk and leather in ready-to-wear runway collections. Laser cutting offers the kind of precision that you'd get if a design were done by hand, but at a much faster pace, making it more practical and also allowing for lower price points. Interested in designing mask using laser cutters? You may enquire within. Please note that we currently don't offer leather laser cutting due to it's toxicity.


  • How Laser Cutting Helps Medical Advancement Technology

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    Laser Cutting on Stem Cell Fracture Repair

    Laser cutting is such a versatile tool in creating different projects. Most of our clients use laser cutters for fashion, logo, signage, architecture design models, and stencils. We had this one amazing client who's making a significant study on accelerating cellular regeneration of bones that needed the precision of laser cutters to make this life saving device. Christian Daish, a Research Assistant at St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne and studies Biomedical Engineering at RMIT University (second year of PhD). His PhD is based on accelerating fracture repair using electromagnetic fields. He is developing a wearable device based on optimal repair parameters. We asked him why he needed a laser cutter for his PhD and Daish said, "I am doing my PhD on fracture repair. Using a pulsed electromagnetic field to transform stem cells into bone. I required the cut outs in order to construct the bobbins or coil holders and the figure I sent is of the coils in an incubator with stem cells inside." We hope his study will be a huge success. There are millions of lives that will change because of this medical advancement. Here at Melbourne Laser Cutter, we wish you all the best!




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