Laser cutting uses a computer to direct a laser at the material to be cut. The material then melts, burns, or vaporizes leaving an edge with a high-quality finish. The laser beam is guided by the lines in your vector design file. The beam is angled, therefore edges are not exactly 90 degrees. These things need to be taken into consideration particularly when designing 3D objects with interlocking parts.
Check out our Materials Catalog. In the US, we have over 80 different materials including acrylic, felt, cardboard, wood, leather, paper, and metal. In NZ, we have over 50 materials including acrylic, felt, cardboard, wood, leather, polypropylene, and paper.