Pitman Tozer Architects purchase their first laser cutter from Hobarts

Pitman Tozer Architects based NW1 London have invested in their first laser cutter, and Hobarts have been delighted to be involved in the decision making process from the very start, providing advice, quotes, demonstrations and site visits.


Pitman Tozer Architects were founded in 2002, and have established a reputation for working closely with clients to design and deliver elegant, imaginative and practical houses on complicated, heavily constrained sites.


As well as numerous private projects, including their acclaimed Gap House which won the 2009 RIBA Manser Medal, the practice is increasingly being commissioned by public bodies and developers for larger schemes.



After careful consideration Pitman Tozer and Hobarts agreed that the VLS4.60 was the perfect fit. With a bed size of 610 x 457mm along with a powerful 50 watt laser, enough to cut most laserable materials up to 9mm thickness.


The VLS4.60 is a free-standing platform offering a spacious work area and the ability to quickly adjust laser power. Designed and engineered for light manufacturing and prototyping, the VLS4.60 is a single laser platform that offers a choice of six laser cartridges ranging in power from 10-60 watts.



Hobarts are delighted to work with such a creative Architects and look forward to working with and supporting Pitman Tozer Architects in the future.


For more information on the VLS range of laser cutters please contact Hobarts
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