Laser Cutting

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Product Design 

Straight Laser provides design & laser cutting services, as well as a selection of products designed in-house.  

We work with wood, paper, fabric and more.  

We help our clients create exciting customized products for their events and businesses.

Small Manufacturing

Manufacturing is made easy with our product development and production capabilities.  

Whether you need 1 or 5000, we can help. 

Start from an idea or a vector file and we'll help realize your product idea from start to finish.

The whole service from getting them picked up, to your quick responses, and the quality of the work has been absolutely amazing. Can’t wait for the next project.
— Joshua, Designer

Rubber Stamps

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Straight Laser began so we could give businesses the freedom they needed to create exciting promotional materials and products.  Three years in, we've added design and product development services to help even more creative businesses realize their ideas.  

While we've been lucky to do work for some very large companies, creative businesses remain our passion.  Whether your business is creative, or you'd like to get more creative, we can help. 

Our Story

Wood Signs

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Founder, Carrie Hayes Gataiance

Carrie founded Straight Laser with 12 years of experience in design and manufacturing.

Her career began when she launched a self-titled luxury clothing line.  She was named Best New Designer by the Toronto Fashion Incubator and awarded a fully paid residency.  

Her thoughtful, detailed work has been featured in Elle, FASHION, Flare, the National Post and the Toronto Star.  Carrie has been interviewed on the Steven & Chris Show and Entertainment Tonight Canada.

After selling her fashion business Carrie created Straight Laser, a combination of her two greatest passions: design & small manufacturing.  Straight Laser's products have since been featured on Wedding Bells, WedLuxe and Rock N' Roll Bride.

Alongside her work in design, Carrie has served as a board member for Fashion Group International.  She has lectured on the topic of design at George Brown and Seneca Colleges.  Carrie has sat as an industry judge for Ryerson University's  graduate collections.