Lazzzor Cutter Workshop

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So you wanna lazzzor?

There's your chance: The kinda monthly laser cutter workshop at the Metalab!

What can you do with our laser cutter? See some inspiration here.

The workshops consist of two parts:

  • The first part is designated to a special topic/technique/material which we will explore.
  • After that it's "Open Lazzzor" time, which means you can bring your laser cutter jobs and we will do them together.

It doesn't matter if you just wanna do a simple engraving on a wood panel or if you're planning to do big or complicated jobs. There's always something to learn.

Tricky jobs? - Bring it on!

Please send an email to with a short description of what you want to laser cut. Also read the instructions at How_to_Lazzzor to find out how to prepare your digital model - we won't have time to design it from scratch.

Jobs will be done in a first come first serve fashion.

Upcoming Workshops

### Lazzzor for Ladies ###

FR, 2013-08-16, 18:00 - 22:00

This workshop is for women only.

Past Workshops


Thu. 20 Dec 2012 : 16:00 - 20:00

What is a lazzzor cutter for? exactly. Last chance to manufacture some christmas presents.

Lazzzor Away

Sa. 1 Dec 2012 : 16:00 - 20:00

No special topic, since i didn't have time to prepare :). Just bring your ideas and material, and we'll lazzzor away.

Engraving Products and Thingies

Thu. 25 Oct 2012 : 16:00 - 20:00

Consumer products made out of a variety/compound materials are often tricky to engrave. especially because you're at the chance of ruining it - unless you know how to test you're materials and tune settings for a nice engraving. So this is you chance to learn how to give your consumer products and thingies (e.g notebook, smartphone) a personal touch.

Workshop: Engraving the Glass

Sat. 25 Aug 2012 : 14:00 - 20:00

The first two hours of the workshop will be dedicated to doing laser engravings on glass and how to use the laser lathe. After a short break we will continue with the "Open lazzzor" session.

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