Router cutting is a unique process that requires a specific tool to create a groove or an edge when working with a substrate. It is not rocket science, but it is very much a skilled trade that requires:
There is no going back after making a cut to a piece of material. The saying, “measure twice, cut once,” rings not only true, but imperative in router cutting. The measurements we must confirm include depth, density and other mathematical factors in addition to the usual length, width and design.
Our laser and routers are equipped with sensors and cameras to seamlessly work with our printers to follow the detail and contours of your printed images. These machines are capable of X, Y and Z cutting on a wide variety of materials including acrylics, Sintra, Gatorboard, rubber, fabrics, mirrors, wood, leather and metals.
Before working with any of our precision cutting devices, Duggal’s laser and router cutting professionals are equipped with the tools, training and equipment to ensure they remain safe on the job. In turn, they become unsung heroes of the production process.
See how Duggal uses router cutting to produce dimensional lettering, box making, fine art cutouts topographical displays and unique pieces.