3D fablight machines
laser cutters you want
at a price you can afford
The only precision CNC fiber laser cutter for sheet metal and tubes that is designed and built in the USA - starting at $65,000
easy as 1, 2, 3

which laser cutter is right for you?

step 1


FL1500 - Up to 0.075" (1.9 mm) steel

FL3000 - Up to 0.150" (3.8 mm) steel

FL4500 - Up to 0.250" (6.0 mm) steel

step 2


Low Pressure (LP) - Up to 130 psi, and materials under 1/8"

High Pressure (HP) - Up to 250 psi, nitrogen cutting, and materials above 1/8"

step 3


Cutting round tube up to 3" Ø or square and rectangle tube up to 2" Ø

Download the full product guide for everything you need to know about FabLight systems

cnc fiber laser systems reimagined

Pulsed Power
FabLight systems are engineered for efficiency, that's why we use IPG pulse energy fiber laser sources. Our systems come in three configurations - 1500W, 3000W, 4500W. Each level provides you with right power to get your project done. It's accurate too - up to ±0.002" per foot (0.15mm/m) with a 0.005" kerf (0.127mm)
Need help deciding? Check out our product guide, or speak with our sales experts to find the perfect machine for your needs
tube cutting?
Traditionally laser tube cutting systems have cost just as much as their sheet cutting counterparts. You also had to have space for both systems. Not anymore. Cut up to 3"Ø (2"Ø square/rectangular) tubes until the cows come home - or the end of the work day
Learn more about our tube systems, and our optional tube extension accessories
Big Parts
Small Footprint
Fit up to a 25" x 50" sheet (a convenient quarter of a standard sheet) or 55" round, square, and rectangle tubes in less than 21 square feet. Our easy-load integrated sheet metal drawer makes loading material a breeze
Learn more about what makes our sheet systems so unique
From idea to parts
in minutes
Designed with users in mind, the 7" touch display makes operation as simple as 1-2-3: Load your material, load your FabCreator file, press start. From high school students to specialized engineers - if you can send a text you can cut metal
See how easily FabCreator is to use and implement into your workflow
where it counts
With systems starting at $65,000, it's the most affordable machine on the market - without compromising on quality. The pulsed power laser source also keeps operating costs under $1 per hour for electricity and air
Work With
Peace of Mind
FabLights are enclosed in a Class 1 enclosure with an integrated laser safety window. Laser cutting is also quiet compared to other solutions. No special safety glasses. No ear plugs. No special procedures. You can walk around freely - no extra protection required
Set it &
forget it
FabLights are shipped in a crate with a built-in ramp. All you need to do is open it and roll it out to it's new home. No foundation adjustments. No rigging. No cranes. No special tools. No installation teams. No on-site calibration. Want a new layout on your floor? Move it. Need to change your production line? Done
clean Machine
Unlike waterjet cutting, there are no abrasives to dispose of. Easy-access panels make preventative maintenance, calibration, and service easy. No external venting required, just connect your dust collector to the exhaust and go.
Learn how you can increase the life of your investment, and reduce maintenance downtime with the XL-500 dust extraction system
Technical specs

Specifications apply to both Sheet (FLXXXX-S) and Tube & Sheet (FLXXXX-TS)

(L x W x H)
40" x 74" x 60"

18" (W) Air gap required for cooling intake
Four-axis machine: Z-axis travel of 1.5" (38mm), plus additional focus axis travel of 0.4" (10 mm)
Cutting,  Vector Engraving, & Raster Engraving
Moves up to 50" per sec (1270mm per sec)
Moves up to 5" per second (127 mm per sec)
Height Sensing
Capacitive height sensor with tip-up detection and auto-continue
± 0.002" per foot (± 0.15 mm per m)
± 0.005" (0.127 mm)
Low Pressure (LP) Configuration
175 psi max input pressure
130 psi max operation pressure
High Pressure (HP) Configuration
300 psi max input pressure
250 psi max operation pressure
Assist Gas
Clean dry air (CDA) or nitrogen (requires high-pressure configuration)
4" exhaust adapter
Dust Collection
External dust collector required for machine operation. Basic HEPA dust collector included or upgrade to FabClear system
Pre-calibrated during manufacturing
7" touchscreen display
Included (Unlimited seats)


Metal Types
Steel, stainless steel, spring steel, aluminum, copper, brass, bronze, titanium, and more
Up to 25" x 50" (635mm x 1270mm) - fits 1/4 standard metric or imperial sheet

Up to 3/16" steel for production volumes
Up to 1/4" for prototype volumes
Round Tube
0.5" to 3"Ø (12 - 75mm) for standard lengths up to 52" (1320mm)

0.5" to 2"Ø (12 - 50mm) for extended lengths up to 77" (1956mm)

Up to 3/16"
Square or Rectangle Tube
0.5" to 2"Ø (12 - 50mm) for extended lengths up to 77" (1956mm)

Up to 3/16"
FabLight tube & sheet configurations are non-upgradeable after production is booked
Check out our full list of materials

Power Levels and Requirements

IPG QCW (Pulsed) Fiber Source
Power Levels
1500 W, 3000 W, 4500 W
(Pulsed Peak Power)
Power Outlet Requirement
110 V (20 A) outlet
  • 1500 W
  • Up to 0.075" (1.9mm) steel
  • Perfect for fine jewelry, electronic heat shields, metal gaskets, springs, solder masks, and more
  • 3000 W
  • Up to 0.150" (3.8mm) steel
  • Perfect for enclosures, fixtures, signage, and more
  • 4500 W
  • Up to 0.250" (6.0mm) steel
  • Perfect for all sheet metal projects, thick enclosures, metal tube frames, structural product components, and more
  • Flagship Model
FabLight power level configurations are non-upgradeable after production is booked
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