The Steadiest Claws in the Business

Why use sloths for laser cutting / engraving and 3D printing you may ask? With a steady hand and an average speed of .22 foot per second, they were built for it. They also only require 10 hours of sleep and our three toed model can rotate his head 360 degrees. So with 2 of these work horses on hand we can operate around the clock 24/7, including lunch and coffee breaks. We honestly can’t believe someone didn’t think of this sooner.

What? No Sloths!!!

Ok, so maybe our sloth workforce isn’t actually made up of sloths and is instead made up of really chill humans. The upside is that the humans speak english and not some sloth based language. Which is useful for helping you with your project, whether it be designing, prototyping, doing a short run of promotion items, or just talking about sloths. To be honest this is a big upside, the last sloth we had working for us kept asking for more money, and just sat around most of the day. He now has a cushy government job.

Laser Cutting & Engraving

We love designing and making things. From the design stage, where we can begin with an idea or concept and develop that into a digital version. To the prototyping and production stages where we bring that concept into reality. We offer complete design services, 3d printing, laser cutting / engraving, as well as other fabricating options. Whether it’s a wedding invitation or a functional mechanical assembly, we can assist with it all.

Laser Material Options

Cuts and Engraves

Below is a list of some of the known materials that can be cut or engraved. The Machine is limited to 2″ in thickness and works best on flat surfaces.

  • Wood
  • Fabric
  • Leather
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Plexiglass (acrylic)
  • Delrin (acetal)
  • Mylar
  • Rubber
  • Cork
  • Sandpaper
  • Foods

Engraves Only

  • Glass
  • Marble
  • Rubber Stamps
  • Stone
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Anodized Aluminum
  • Titanium
  • Corian

3D Printing

We’ve been 3d printing since 2009 and a lot of changes have taken place during that time. We currently use a Prusa MK3S 3d printer. This printer is a FDM printer with a build volume of 9.84 x 8.3 x 8.3 in. There are a number of material and color choices depending on your needs. Just let us know what your project requirements are and we can make material selections based on your needs.

Material Options

  • PLA
  • PETG
  • ABS
  • FLEX
  • Carbon Fiber Infused
  • Bronze Fill
  • Steel Fill
  • Wood Fill
  • Copper Fill
  • HIPS
  • Nylon
  • Many More on Request!