Stencil Cutting
Laser cut joinery can produce tight joints for assembly of products. When planning joints you need to take I to consideration the kerf – this is the portion of the material that will be removed when the laser cuts the material. In most cases this will be
0.2 mm.
To produce tight joints it is advisable to reduce the width of the receiving portion of the joint by 0.5 mm to produce a right joint.

For tabbed boxes we have automatic template that will produce a tight joint for any box dimensions.

Talk to us to discuss your project as we can often produce items from templates we already hold reducing the amount of work, cost and time involved .

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If you have a file you can upload it here (zip, pdf, jpg, ai 20 mb limit) You can also mail files to sales@theprint.co.uk