Custom Laser Cutting Service

Pololu item #: 749

Pricing: Approximately $2.50 per minute of laser cutting time.


Our custom laser cutting service is ideal for making custom parts quickly and economically for any project. You can get started with making custom laser-cut parts for only $25. If you are in a hurry, we can have custom plastic parts delivered to your door as soon as the next day!

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  • Ten-Tec 1254 Receiver Display Upgrade Kit

    Ten-Tec 1254 Receiver Display Upgrade Kit

    by David - 27 April 2017

    Edward Cholakian (call sign KB1OIE) makes and sells a Ten-Tec 1254 Receiver Display Upgrade Kit that is designed to upgrade a Ten-Tec 1254 shortwave...

  • Custom laser cutting for retro-gaming TV enclosure

    Custom laser cutting for retro-gaming TV enclosure

    by Ryan - 5 April 2017

    One of our customers used our custom laser cutting service to cut the birch plywood panels for his retro-gaming TV system that he sells on Etsy....

  • Science Olympiad 2017 robot arm competition

    Science Olympiad 2017 robot arm competition

    by Ryan - 3 March 2017

    Congratulations to Matthew Siracusa and William Rule who placed first in the Robot Arm competition of the Science Olympiad SE PA Regional...

  • Steel custom laser cutting available

    Steel custom laser cutting available

    by Arthur - 2 March 2017

    We’ve been offering quick-turn custom laser cutting service ever since “we” were just Candice and Jan operating a tabletop Epilog out of their...

  • GoonieBox: a puzzling piece of interactive furniture

    GoonieBox: a puzzling piece of interactive furniture

    by Ryan - 22 February 2017

    Customer Guido Bonelli Jr., who is also the creator of the Dr.Duino Arduino shield, had us laser cut pieces of baltic birch for a unique piece of...

  • Animatronic tentacle mechanism using Pololu Universal Mounting Hubs

    Animatronic tentacle mechanism using Pololu Universal Mounting Hubs

    by nathanb - 14 September 2016

    While our Universal Mounting Hubs are mainly intended as general-purpose adapters for motor shafts, it seems that they can also be used...

  • Kevin's mini-sumo robot: Roku

    Kevin's mini-sumo robot: Roku

    by Kevin - 18 November 2015

    My robot, Roku, was the champion of LVBots’ August mini-sumo competition. While I didn’t have the time or inspiration to make it look like anything...

  • S3 Pilot board robot

    S3 Pilot board robot

    by Claire - 28 August 2015

    Forum member spiked3, whom we previously posted about, has shared another robot with a custom laser cut chassis. The new robot uses his own custom...

  • Jeremy's line following robot: Zumo Slim

    Jeremy's line following robot: Zumo Slim

    by Jeremy - 15 May 2015

    I recently competed in the LVbots line following robot challenge, where I took third place with the fourth fastest robot (due to lucky placement in...

  • Brandon's line following robot: The Chariot

    Brandon's line following robot: The Chariot

    by Brandon - 6 May 2015

    For the recent LVBots line following competition, my first instinct was to try to come up with some unique alternative design for a robot that would...

  • Jon's line following robot: Usain Volt 2.0

    Jon's line following robot: Usain Volt 2.0

    by Jon - 4 May 2015

    Like other developers and engineers here, I made a robot for the LVBots Line Following Contest. This post describes my robot, Usain Volt 2.0, and...

  • Odin sculpture and laser-cut model

    Odin sculpture and laser-cut model

    by Arthur - 12 January 2015

    DeWitt Godfrey, a sculptor and professor at Colgate University, used our custom laser cutting service to create a 15% scale polystyrene prototype...

  • Robotic arm using Mini Maestro at the Nashville Mini Maker Faire

    by Grant - 4 December 2014

    Inspired by this robotic arm tutorial, Andrew Hoover recently posted on our forum about a robotic arm he made for the Nashville Mini Maker Faire....

  • RoboNUC: Netduino and LIDAR robot

    RoboNUC: Netduino and LIDAR robot

    by Brandon - 16 September 2014

    Pololu forum member spiked3 recently shared a sophisticated robot he made called RoboNUC. It uses a Netduino and a LIDAR module and was intended to...

  • Roboceratops - Robot Dinosaur

    Roboceratops - Robot Dinosaur

    by Grant - 12 August 2014

    Robert Stephenson (blobbington) posted about his robot dinosaur, Roboceratops, on the Trossen Robotics forums. Roboceratops is a small robotic...

  • Apeiros robot Kickstarter

    Apeiros robot Kickstarter

    by Grant - 15 July 2014

    Abe Howell posted to our forum about a Kickstarter campaign for a robot he calls Apeiros. It is an open-source robot he designed as a teaching tool...

  • ORBIS - Wooden Kinetic and Lighting Sculpture

    ORBIS - Wooden Kinetic and Lighting Sculpture

    by Arthur - 6 June 2014

    Guido Bonelli Jr. of Innovative Electronic Solutions LLC created the ORBIS Wooden Kinetic and Lighting Sculpture for a client’s home using our...

  • Maker Faire demo: automated treasure chest with jrk motor controller and linear actuator

    Maker Faire demo: automated treasure chest with jrk motor controller and linear actuator

    by Claire - 25 April 2014

    This blog post is part of a continuing series of blogs about the demos that Pololu displayed at our booth at Las Vegas Mini Maker Faire 2014. For...

  • Jon's dead reckoning robot

    Jon's dead reckoning robot

    by Jon - 10 April 2014

    Like other engineers here, I made a robot for the LVBots dead reckoning competition. Before I knew about this competition, I hadn’t made a...

  • Paul's dead reckoning robot

    Paul's dead reckoning robot

    by Paul - 1 April 2014

    This post is about my first-place entry in the 2014 LVBots Dead Reckoning Competition, a 150 mm round robot named paul-dead-reckoning2.88ec5df. I...

  • R2-DR, Kevin's dead reckoning robot

    R2-DR, Kevin's dead reckoning robot

    by Kevin - 26 March 2014

    When I first started planning a robot for the recent LVBots dead reckoning competition, it was more or less a conventional design—a flat chassis...

  • Brandon's dead reckoning robot

    Brandon's dead reckoning robot

    by Brandon - 25 March 2014

    For the recent LVBots dead reckoning competition that was hosted here at Pololu, I decided to make a robot based on the Baby Orangutan robot...

  • Power Level Indicator for Ghostbusters Proton Gun

    Power Level Indicator for Ghostbusters Proton Gun

    by Arthur - 19 March 2014

    Justin Chase Black (Throwing Chicken) is an artist and long-time laser cutting client who uses laser-cut parts in his prop and replica builds....

  • Hope's Edge LED Banner

    Hope's Edge LED Banner

    by Jon - 6 February 2014

    Local indie artist and Pololu employee Tracey, intent on reviving her programming skills and exploring her budding interest in electronics, shed...

  • Personalize your own Christmas ornaments

    Personalize your own Christmas ornaments

    by Arthur - 13 December 2013

    Using our Custom Laser Cutting Service, you can design and cut your own Christmas ornaments. Whether this is to decorate your own tree (and show...

  • Laser-cut chandeliers by Nicole Ketchum

    Laser-cut chandeliers by Nicole Ketchum

    by Arthur - 2 December 2013

    While our laser cutting machines can only cut two dimensional parts, there are easy ways to make three-dimensional designs out of flat, laser-cut...

  • Not your average alarm clock!

    Not your average alarm clock!

    by Arthur - 6 November 2013

    Leonid Karchevsky, of Xronos Clock, used our Custom Laser Cutting Service to create an enclosure for his Arduino Based Talking Alarm Clock, the...

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