The most affordable laser cutting machine prices in South Africa

Max Laser’s diverse range of laser cutters and engravers for sale in South Africa has made us the go-to provider of these fantastic machines. Whatever size your business is now, adding a laser cutter to your arsenal is guaranteed to help you reach new markets and bring in more customers.   

However, we do understand that for many companies, especially smaller businesses and start-ups, the upfront cost of a laser cutter can be prohibitive. This is where our innovative laser cutting machine finance offering can help. 

Depending on the model you choose, we offer either a 2- or 5-year finance option to make purchasing our laser cutting machines for sale in Cape Town, Durban, and Johannesburg more affordable.

You also have the option to put down a lumpsum payment towards the model of your choice, if you wish, to reduce the amount of interest you pay or the duration of your loan. Please note that because Max Laser is not a bank, the arrangement you have with us will essentially be a rent to own agreement.

Summary of our laser cutting machine finance option:

  • Rent to Own model 
  • Choose between a 2-year (24 months) or 5-year (60 months) term 
  • Option to put down a lumpsum deposit to reduce your monthly repayments 
  • The 2-year term is generally offered on our Flux hobby laser cutting machines in South Africa, and 5-year term on our Thunder laser machines, laser marking machines & UV printers
  • You will receive a monthly repayment breakdown before we draw up an official agreement

Laser cutting machine prices

We know many of our clients are concerned about how much a cutting laser costs, so in the interests of transparency, you’ll see that as well as the one-off laser cutting machine price, we have also included the estimated monthly cost over a period of 60 months below each model’s description.

See our complete range of:

Laser cutters and engravers – desktop, medium, and large models 

Hobby laser cutters and engravers – ideal for smaller businesses, or as the perfect starter model to learn on and experiment with!

Benefits of our rent to buy financing offering

Below are some of the advantages of using our rent to buy model:  

  • Cash flow benefit and preservation – no large financial outlay to be made before you can start turning a profit
  • No lump sum payment allows for utilization of cash in your core business
  • Costs fall within your OPEX rather than CAPEX budget
  • No impact on your existing credit facilities
  • VAT is payable monthly rather than upfront
  • All lease payments are fully tax deductible

Choosing the best laser cutting machine for sale to fit your needs

The most important factors to consider when comparing laser cutting machines for sale in South Africa are as follows: 

  1. Application – will you be marking, engraving, or cutting with your machine? 
  2. The materials you want to work with – wood and plastic don’t require as strong a laser as marking or cutting metal objects.  
  3. Bed size – how large are the objects you’ll be working with, or do you want to be able to cut several objects at once?
  4. Power – will the machine run for just a few minutes a day, or hours at a time?

How much does a laser machine cost?

Laser cutting machine costs 

We don’t believe in giving our clients the runaround, so you’ll see all our laser cutting machine prices, either one-off or over 60 months, are included in our product descriptions.

Here’s a quick breakdown to help you find a model that falls best within your budget:

Desktop, medium and large laser cutting machine prices in South Africa:

Model

Outright purchase price

Monthly repayment over 60 months*

Nova 24 desktop

R152 250 inc vat

R4440

Nova 35

R174 000 inc vat

R5075

Nova 51

R194 250 inc vat

R5665

Nova 63

R225 750 inc vat

R6584

     

Desktop and hobby laser cutting machine prices in South Africa:

Model

Outright purchase price

Monthly repayment over 24 months*

Beamo

R39 105 inc vat

R2118

BeamBox 

R57 420 inc vat

R3110

BeamBox Pro

R73 260 inc vat

R3968

Hexa 

R120 200 inc vat

R4841

*Remember you can make a lumpsum deposit to reduce your monthly repayment

Did you know? 

Max Laser also offers used and secondhand laser cutting machines for sale at great prices!

If you would like to get an estimate on a shorter repayment period, just give us a shout and we’ll put together a monthly breakdown for you. 

 

Buy a laser cutting machine today and skyrocket your business!

Our laser cutting and engraving machines for sale offer exceptional value for money, and unlock tremendous potential for any business. And thanks to our flexible financing options, they are now within reach for any size company.

Remember that our expert staff are always on hand to answer questions, and guide you in selecting the best laser cutter for your needs and budget. Get in touch with Max Laser right now to find out more, or arrange for an exciting live demonstration!

Frequently Asked Questions about laser cutting machine costs

How much electricity does a laser cutter use?

Because of their power, many people assume that running a laser cutter machine will inflate their electricity bill. In reality though, because the laser’s energy is so focused, they use a lot less electricity than you might expect. As a rough comparison, they use less electricity than an air-conditioning unit.

Can you make money with a laser cutter?

Yes, you can absolutely make money with a laser cutter! Aside from cutting your own unique items from scratch, you can also make money from creating personalised engraved gifts, so there are multiple revenue streams to be tapped into. From home décor to toys and jewellery, the only limit is your imagination!

How much is a laser cutter? / How much does a cutting machine cost?

Check out our pricing table higher up the page, or see the product description for outright purchase price as well as monthly repayments on a financing agreement.

If you have any questions not covered here, please contact one of our friendly, expert staff for assistance. You can also find more information on our general FAQ page.