Laser special – Royal Academy + new, bigger machine


This exciting model designed and assembled by Atmos has been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (7th June – 15th August 2011)

The delicate components were laser-cut by Capital Models, using one of their powerful laser-cutting machines.

The life-size article is actually a staircase in a house in Clapham.
The stair is formed from a series of threads (the filigree bars of the balustrade landing), hanging from above and delicately pulled back like a veil at the edge of the floor to allow movement past, gently splaying around the corner to meet and carry the arriving visitor.

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New laser cutter

Capital Models have replaced their 100 watt laser cutter with a larger state-of-the-art 980mm x 1850mm new machine. Please note that the lasers can cut and engrave most materials, including acrylic, MDF, veneer, fabrics etc. (not metals).