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what is laser cutting
Laser cutting is a type of subtractive manufacturing that cuts a digital design file into a piece of sheet material.
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Cardboard is currently the only available material option when laser cutting. This material is made of recycled paper and has a natural matte finish. It may contain flecks of color imperfections.
It engraves well, but dense raster engraving will leave a brown residue around the engraved area. It holds a fold well, use medium vector engraving lines to score the surface and control the fold.
Small light pieces can shift or get sucked into extraction during cutting, so provisions need to be made for this at the design stage. Learn more.
Make sure you have selected the correct laser sheet size in Autodesk 123D for your laser cutting project. To make your design through the 'Make It' service, you must use one of the 7.12" x 7.12" (P1), 15.11" x 15.11" (P2), or 31.10" x 15.11" (P3), size laser sheets. You can read more about these on our Knowledge Base.
Check that the scale of your parts laid out on your laser sheet in 123D are set to 1:1 - otherwise they will not match the dimensions you originally specified.
You can look over all the most important things to consider for laser cut designs, as well as tips on how to optimize your laser cutting file on our Knowledge Base.