Flux Laser Studio
Flux are a bespoke laser cutting, CNC router, vinyl cutting and application studio.
Verified by Make Works Scotland July 2014
Flux Laser Studio work with a variety of customers, from first year students through to Turner Prize winners, artists, designers, crafters, small manufacturers and architects. An example is Christine Borland and Brody Condon's work for Edinburgh International Art Festival 2013. No previous knowledge is required and digital design/ file drawing in Adobe Illustrator and CAD is carried out if required. They work without chemicals. On site: Laser cutting up to 900x1200mm, CNC up to 1.2x1.2m and vinyl plotting up to a width of 1.2m. Off site: Laser Cutting up to 1.4x2.8m and CNC up to 1.4x2.8m.
|Turnaround Time||48 hours or less, but Project Dependant|
|Starting Cost||Under £50|
|File Types||.dxf, CAD, .ai ( CS6 or older) in RGB format. Measurements in mm.|
MaterialsTextiles Wood Leather Glass Acrylic Plywood Show more
ProcessesCNC Cutting CNC Routing Laser Cutting Laser Engraving Vinyl Plotting Artist Fabrication
MachinesCNC Router Laser Cutter HPC 1212 CNC Router HPC Laser Script 6090 HPC 1200 Vinyl Plotter HPC Laser Script 1290
Video: Make Works visits Flux Laser Studio in Glasgow
Flux Laser Studio is a specialist laser cutting, engraving and CNC facility in Glasgow's creative hub, The Whisky Bond. Set up in 2012 by GSA Sculpture graduates, Alice Jacobs and Phil Longstaff, to provide a bespoke service to creative practitioners from the initial ideas, file drawing and prototypes through to final production. Machinery has expanded since opening from a 600x900mm laser cutter, adding a further 600x900mm laser machine and a 1200x900mm laser machine, a 1.2m Vinyl Plotter and 1.2x1.2m CNC Router.
Contact Flux Laser Studio
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|Address||The Whisky Bond, 2 Dawson Road, Glasgow, G4 9SS|