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Laser Cut Signage [Our Work]

February 1, 2017


At LaserCut Works we create a lot of work for our clients that includes laser cutting and engraving signage for their businesses. We’re pretty proud of what we do here at our London based laser cutting and engraving studio so we’d like to share some of our most recent work with you!

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Signs are really important for your business as they can make your clients and customers feel welcome as well as help you to stand out in an often crowded market place.

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We love the logo for Carpenters Workshop Gallery and it works really well laser cut into sheet metal. This sign works perfectly for the design led exhibition brand.

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Bermondsey Social Club is a unique event space based in South London that holds all sorts of call events from private parties to club nights. We made this cool light box laser cut sign is emblazoned with the Bermondsey Social Club logo.

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WeWork provides co-working spaces in London. We created a few different types of signage for them using different materials but we particularly love this shadow sign that’s laser cut out of metal.

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At LaserCut WORKS we fabricated this sign for H&H Kebab Centre using our CNC router and high density model board. We think it gives a modern look to some classic typography.

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This is one of our own signs that we created at LaserCut WORKS simply to show off our skills and the types of materials we can use. We think it looks pretty smart!

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Luxury design brand and Harris & Harris wanted a light box sign for their London studio using their stand out logo. We made this bold blue design from pieces of acrylic.

Does your business need to update it’s signs or are you looking for something unique for your offices? If so then we at LaserCut WORKS know we can help. Call us on 020 3441 3374 to find out how we can help you. You can follow what we get up to on Twitter and Instagram @lasercutworks and on Facebook @LaserCutWorksLondon.



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