3D Fab Light Live Demo & Last Chance For 2021 Pricing

Join us LIVE and learn how easy it is to add precision laser cutting capability to your shop. Don't miss this last opportunity for 2021 pricing on FabLight machines.

Our friendly engineering and sales team will run a live demo of the FabLight FL4500 Tube & Sheet and answer your questions. We will walk through the software and machine operation.

You will walk away with an understanding of how the FabLight works and if this is the right solution for you.

  • Date: Wednesday, December 8th, 2021
  • Time: 10am PST / 1pm EST
  • Location: Zoom Meeting (invitation will be sent via email)

Live laser demo

Get up close and personal with the FabLight Tube & Sheet Fiber Laser and learn how easy it is to cut and engrave metal. You do not need to be a laser expert to get parts made easily.

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In-depth Q&A

You will have the opportunity to ask the sales and engineering questions about the machine. We will have plenty of time for Q&A so come prepared with your questions.

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Lock in 2021 pricing

As the year wraps up, we are offering a last chance to lock in 2021 pricing until Feb 2022. Information will be sent to all attendees of the remote demo.

Discover the advantages of bringing laser cutting in-house

Fiber laser cutting is a game changing technology. It's highly efficient, clean, and easy to maintain. It's no wonder that this technology is the future of metal fabrication. With FabLight, investing in the future starts at just $60,000, compared to over $100,000 for other entry level models on the market. For fiber laser tube cutting, many machines start at $400,000 and up.

There are many advantages to FabLight technology:

  • Low operating cost
  • Shorten "prototype to market" time
  • Easy to use, no skilled operator necessary
  • Small footprint - maximize your floorspace

About 3D Fab Light

At 3D Fab Light our mission is to expand access to fiber laser cutting technology. 

All of our machines are designed and built in our Oakland, CA factory - the same factory we'll be running the remote demo from. We are proudly manufactured in the USA and work with many local suppliers to create a high-quality product for laser cutting and engraving.