Laser cutting is a way to cut materials using a powerful laser beam. There are two main types of lasers used for cutting: fiber lasers and CO2 lasers. Fiber lasers are good for cutting metals, wood, acrylic, and leather. They can also make marks on some plastics and metals. CO2 lasers can cut wood, some plastics, glass, fabric, rubber, and leather.  

However, there are some materials that shouldn’t be cut with a laser because they can release dangerous gases or dust. These materials include some types of leather and artificial leather, carbon fibers, PVC, PVB, Teflon, beryllium oxide, and any materials containing halogens or certain types of resins.