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Laser cut leather

Leather is a wonderful material - and not just for clothing and fashion accessories!

Our community has used leather to make a huge variety of products to gift and sell.

Showroom

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Lasercut Cuff
by Cuff Modern
Leather Camera Case
by Chromatophobic
Filleting Knife Sheath
by Rich Borrett

Materials

Upholstery Leather
Mocha

0.039 inches

Leather (Vege Tanned)
Tan

0.098 inches

Leather (Vege Tanned)
Dark brown

0.098 inches

Upholstery grade leather - Mocha

Design notes

A chocolaty brown colored leather that has a full grain leather finish on one side and a suede like finish on the other.

The 'antique' nature of the finish makes the leather look aged and worn in. This includes 'cracking' in the color and color variation. Some natural imperfections could appear on the surface of the leather.

This leather is ideal for interior design applications and a favorite choice amongst Interior Designers.

Typical uses

Upholstery, bags, wallets, clothing.

Adhesives, joints & fastenings

Rivets and common sewing techniques will work for joining this material.

Hint - Laser cut thread holes and pieces can be stitched neatly by hand.

Order a sample

Natural, vegetable tanned leather - Tan

Design notes

Tan leather with a smooth finish on one side and a coarse finish on the other. Can be oiled to improve water resistance. Some natural imperfections could appear on the surface of the leather.

Typical uses

Equestrian, tooling, handcraft, belts, picture frames, hand bags, book binding, carving, stamping.

Environmental info

Vegetable-tanned leather is tanned using tannin and other ingredients found in vegetable matter, tree bark, and other such sources.

Adhesives, joints & fastenings

Rivets and common sewing techniques will work for joining this material.

Hint - Laser cut thread holes and pieces can be stitched neatly by hand.

Order a sample

Natural, vegetable tanned leather - Dark brown

Design notes

Dark Brown leather with a smooth finish on one side and a coarse finish on the other. Can be oiled to improve water resistance. Some natural imperfections could appear on the surface of the leather.

Typical uses

Equestrian, tooling, handcraft, belts, picture frames, hand bags, book binding, carving, stamping.

Environmental info

Vegetable-tanned leather is tanned using tannin and other ingredients found in vegetable matter, tree bark, and other such sources.

Adhesives, joints & fastenings

Rivets and common sewing techniques will work for joining this material.

Hint - Laser cut thread holes and pieces can be stitched neatly by hand.

Order a sample

Getting started

Latest article about laser cutting

New Materials: Ultrasuede is here!

One of our most requested materials is now available in the US

Ultrasuede for laser cutting

Invented in Japan in the 1970’s, this popular material is known for having a luxurious feel, being extremely durable and a breeze to clean. The fabric is65% non-woven ultra-microfiber polyester and 35% non-fibrous polyurethane binder. It feels like natural suede but is resistant to stains and discoloration. With the woven fabric surface, it resists pilling and fraying. These are perfect for your a wide range of laser cut products — from small device covers to fashion items like shoes or home items such as furniture pieces.

Ultrasuede – Camel

Looking for a nice new material to work with for your accessories? The camel version of ultra suede has a tactile appeal and is a darker neutral color that would go well with any clothing choice, making it the perfect material for your laser-cut accessories.

ultrasuede - camel

See How Ultrasuede Camel Reacts to Laser Cutting >

 

Ultrasuede – Coffee Bean

Did you know that this material is also washable and is resistant to shrinking? Sounds like its a great match for fashion items, too. Our ultrasuede is available in this lovely dark coffee bean color.

ultrasuede coffee bean for laser cutting

See How Ultrasuede Coffee Bean Reacts to Laser Cutting >

 

Ultrasuede – Executive Gray

This material is a great alternative to leather. It has the look of natural suede but the durability and flexibility of synthetic fabric. If you’re not too fond of the brown version, we have it available in grey. This can look great for your brand items or products that you make for executive giveaways.

executive grey ultrasuede

See How Ultrasuede Executive Gray Reacts to Laser Cutting >

 

Are you excited about these materials? Give us a shout in the comment box about what you plan to do with these additions to our material lineup.

 

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