Hobarts product ranges

Welcome to Hobart Lasers website

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We hope you find this site informative. Our intention is to provide users with everything they need to know before purchasing a laser and how to get the most from it once they have one. Our downloadable brochure has proved a great tool for customers providing details of running costs for laser and extraction systems along with information about applications, techniques and the versatility of our machines within industry and education.

Our aim is for this site to evolve and we welcome comments from customers on how we might improve it. 


Hobart Lasers supply and support computer controlled laser engraving and cutting systems. Our laser processing systems transform images or drawings on your computer screen into real items made out of an amazing variety of materials... wood, plastic, fabric, paper, glass, leather, stone, ceramic, rubber... and they are as easy to use as your printer.
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3D Printing

The new ZPrinter™310 Plus from Z-Corporation is now 25% faster and features finer resolution for more accurate models and a heated build chamber. The printer creates solid models from any 3D CAD system (e.g. Pro-Engineer, AutoDesk Inventor, SolidWorks, etc). It is fast simple and reliable, delivering great models quickly and inexpensively.
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New products from Hobarts

 Hobarts is proud to announce its brand new range of dye sublimation products.
Now working alongside ISub (Education) Limited who are the UK’s leading supplier of Dye Sublimation print technology to Schools and Colleges, the concept behind our companies is to provide the best advice, hardware, consumables, service and support that we can.

Ultimately, it is our aim that our understanding and consultation with you, in regards to Dye Sublimation, will help you to move your school or college forward with confidence into this exciting technology.

Dye sublimination printing is a process where you use an image that has been created digitally either by scanning a photograph or downloading a picture taken with your digital camera or an image created in a piece of imaging software like Adobe Photoshop or CorelDRAW and then printing this image with an printer using special inks called sublimation inks onto paper.

Model making
Model buildingHobarts defines high speed, precision model making Mat board, acrylic and other plastics, wood, paper, vinyl and most non-metals are scribed or cut crisply and cleanly, with no additional processing necessary before painting or other end-use treatment. Pieces fit together snugly requiring no trimming. In addition to high-speed vector cutting of standard modelling materials, using common Windows-based software. More on model making.

Low temperature casting
To go from design concept to finished manufactured product in one lesson – without leaving the classroom...Hobarts is proud to offer the Flamefast LT1 pewter casting system Imagine a situation when pupils can see a complete process from concept to completion in one lesson and the impact it will have on their understanding and results

Key advantages of the Low Temperature Casting system are:

Pewter casting in a simple and safe process
Thermostatically controlled
No lengthy preparation times
Fully operable in 15 minutes
Completely mobile

Metal engraving
Our range of engraving, marking and personalisation machines are quite remarkable. They are designed and built in the United Kingdom, by a dedicated team of professionals. From the mechanical design concepts, electronic controls and software, they are total in-house products. This unique position allows us to react to customer requirements and market forces with out any delay associated with having to consult with third parties
For more information on any of these exciting new products contact us on sales@hobarts.com 

New VersaLaser Platform launched

VersaLASER® platform series processes multiple materials and diverse applications with speed, detail and accuracy. Available in three platform sizes, the VersaLASER VLS3.60, VLS4.60 and VLS6.60 deliver laser power up to 60 watts with a work area up to 32x18in (813x457mm).
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