SendCutSend Materials

We offer a variety of materials for laser and waterjet cutting – in multiple thicknesses and sizes up to 46″ x 94″.

How our pricing works:
Our minimum order amount is $29, with free 2-day shipping on most orders. Pricing is based on the selected material, material thickness, part size, and design density. Upload your design to get an instant quote.

See a comprehensive material and thickness chart here. View our Metal Selection Guide for usage suggestions.

1075 Blue Temper Spring Steel

1075 Blue Temper Spring Steel

The choice for springs, clamps, coils and more

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Laser Cut 1075 Steel

1095 High Carbon Steel

1095 High Carbon Steel

Our highest carbon steel for cutting tools.

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Laser Cut 1095 Steel

2024 T3 Aluminum

2024 t3 Aluminum

One of the strongest materials we offer

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Laser Cut 2024 T3 Aluminum

4130 Chromoly

4130 Chromoly

The perfect steel for applications that demand high strength.

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Laser Cut 4130 Chromoly

5052 Aluminum

5052 Aluminum

Inexpensive, lightweight and versatile metal.

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Laser Cut Aluminum

6061 T6 Aluminum

6061 T6 Aluminum

Perfect for aerospace and automotive applications.

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Laser Cut 6061 Aluminum

7075 Aluminum

7075 Aluminum

Extra strong aluminum perfect for your aerospace panels and parts.

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Laser Cut 7075 Aluminum

ABS

ABS

The perfect material for prototypes, lab equipment, and instrument panels.

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CNC cut ABS Plastic

Laser Cut Acrylic

Acrylic

Our laser cut acrylic service is great for a wide variety of projects. Inexpensive and versatile.

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Laser Cut Acrylic

ACM

ACM

A lightweight material for panels and simple parts. Available in white, black, or brushed.
ACM (Dibond)

AR400

AR400

Abrasion resistant and incredibly durable.

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Laser Cut AR400

AR500

AR500

Harder and more impact-resistant than AR400

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Laser Cut AR500

Birch Plywood

Birch Plywood

Stable and made with waterproof glue so you can use it in a variety of projects.
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Brass

Brass

Attractive metal to use in decorative projects.
Laser Cut Brass

Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber

Carbon fiber is lightweight, incredibly strong. Double-sided matte finish.

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Waterjet Cut Carbon Fiber

Cork (Gasket Grade)

Cork (Gasket Grade)

A 10/20 sheet cork made specifically for gasket and seal applications.
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Copper

Copper

Perfect for electric components and architectural elements.
Laser Cut Copper

Delrin® 150

Delrin® 150

An abrasion-resistant plastic for all your gears and robotics projects.
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G10/FR-4

G10-/FR-4

The go-to material for your electronic parts, robotics endeavors, and marine applications.
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HDPE

HDPE

This easily moldable material has a staggering list of usages from medical to nautical.
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LE Phenolic

LE Phenolic

Use this for countertops, terminal bases, and propeller blades.
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MDF

MDF

Medium density fiberboard. An inexpensive alternative to plywood.
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Mild Steel

Mild Steel

"Standard" common steel. One of our most popular and inexpensive materials.
Laser Cut Steel

Polycarbonate (Lexan®)

Polycarbonate

An incredibly versatile clear material that is well-loved in the robotics and automation industries.
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Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 304

Our favorite metal for durable and decorative parts.
Laser cut 304 Stainless

Stainless Steel 316

Stainless Steel 316

For when you need greater resistance to the elements than 304 can provide.
Laser Cut 316 Stainless

Titanium Grade 2

Titanium Grade 2

Super strong with added corrosion resistance. Easier to form than Grade 5.
Laser Cut Grade 2 Titanium

Titanium Grade 5

Titanium Grade 5

Ultra high strength to weight ratio
Laser Cut Grade 5 Titanium

UHMW

UHMW

Count on this to be reliably abrasion, impact, and chemical resistant.
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Material Sample Kit

Material Sample Kit

Try out our random sample pack! We'll include a random assortment of our most popular materials.
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Material Charts and Guidelines

Min/Max Part Sizes

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Processing Min/Max Sizes

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Material Selection Guide

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Density Guidelines

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