Laser Cutting Signs Banners Signage

1800 815 166

Lasercutting Signage Company
Banner Sign Company
Laser Cutting

   1  Signs
   2  Banners
   3  Laser Cutting
   4  Special Signs
   5  Melbourne Signs
   6  Sydney Signs
   7  Brisbane Signs
   8  Adelaide Signs
   9  Melbourne Banners
  10 Sydney Banners
  11 Brisbane Banners
  12 Adelaide Banners
  13 Australia Signs
  14 Australia Banners
  15 Outdoor Signage
  16 Indoor Signage
  17 Outdoor Banners
  18 Vinyl Canvas Banner
  19 Roll Up Banner Stand
  20 Screen printing Signs
  21 Lettering-Font Colours
  22 Banner Colours
  23 Signs we have made
  24 Sign Magazine Pages
  New Online Sign Shop
    1800 815 166
   Call our Sign Company
Online Banner & Sign
Company Price  Calculator

News: New online Signs and signwriting shop. Australia wide sign making service with illuminated light box, magnetic signs, retractable banner stand display styles, DIY letters, A-Frame Sandwich boards and lots of outdoor banners for advertising your business cheap.

Visit the New Shop QSonline pages HERE

Signage Head Office:
QuickSmart Signs
344 Ferntree Gully Rd
Notting Hill
Victoria 3168
Tel: 03 9543 3000
Fax: 03 9543 3100

Read our commitment to
Recycling Paper and Plastics.

Remember to Bookmark this new site

All logos & references may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Afilm Pty.Ltd.





Laser cutting Glass
SIGNS: SignsSelecting Grain when Laser CuttingPath Direction
Cutting Acrylic  ►Materials for Laser Cutting  ►Technical Help
Lift and DropHow laser cutting worksLaser Cutting HomeLaser cut AcrylicLaser Cut MetalLaser Cut AluminiumLaser Cut Floor Tile GraphicsSpecialtyGeneral Laser CuttingLaser cutting GlassTips for preparing laser cutting3D LetteringCutting TechnologyGeneral Laser Cutting

See also our Vinyl Cut Signs

< Back  Home >

Click Snippets



We have the ability to  Laser cut wood and plastics into any line art, shape, font, or computer design no matter how intricate or detailed.

New image Gallery for Lasercutting Signs here >

Glass laser cutting

As opposed to quartz, most types of glass are prone to thermal shock and are therefore generally not suitable candidates for laser cutting. The instantaneous heat of the laser's beam provides cutting action by both vaporization and the blowing away of molten glass from the cut zone.

Some materials such as boro silicates have low co-efficient of expansion and, with adequate head cycling, can tolerate the heat input from a laser. However, most other forms of glass including soda lime experience thermal shock which results in crack propagation along the cut edge. Also, based on the reflow characteristics of the particular glass, there will be varying degrees of resolidified material that will adhere to the edges and underside of the cut.

See Water jet cutting for Glass

The laser cutting of glass is limited by the poor thermal shock resistance of most compositions. This causes complex glass parts to crack apart after cutting. Glass also tends to have a lot of recast material on the cut edge because it does not have a well-defined melting point.

See Water jet cutting for Glass

Go to next page More on Laser cutting products>


In our laser shop, we offer set-up and programming, a 8 day turn-around on orders, personalized customer service, and 8 years of experience. We stock common gauges and thicknesses of carbon steels, stainless steels, aluminium and plastics to reduce our turn-around times.


Laser cutting is a thermal process.