Acrylic printed by Canon Océ Arizona | Laser cutting test
Print & Cut - No damage to the print during laser cutting
We were able to achieve all our aims in our test. The cut edge shows no smoke residue meaning that the white back remains faultless. The laser cut causes no kind of damage to the applied ink. This means the print remains excellent right up to the cut edge.
There is no need for polishing or post-processing the cut edge as the laser automatically achieves the desired smooth cut edge in one pass. eurolaser therefore recommends using a laser for cutting printed acrylic. Combined with Canon IJC 258 ink, you will achieve ideal results.