Christopher Zelich has been in the laser business for 38 years, but technology is creating new possibilities. When it comes to carbon-dioxide laser engravers, the question is more what can’t you do with them, Zelich said. “The CO2 laser is really versatile,” he said. “You can use it to engrave on all kinds of material – acrylic, wood, leather, stone, fabric, you name it.” The laser engravers are “really easy to use,” Zelich said. “If you know how to use a cellphone or a computer, give us 10 minutes, and we’ll be able to get you going on the laser. If you can push a couple of buttons, you’ll get the hang of using a laser engraver.” Zelich, 57, of Pleasant Township has established the Laser Foundry in Grove City to offer small businesses, artisans and community members a space where they can use CO2 laser cutters and engravers to complete small and large projects. The foundry will operate much like an art studio that provides space multiple artists can use, Zelich said. During the week, the Laser Foundry will be open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to members. The foundry is at 3466 Grant Ave. in Grove City’s Town Center. “Memberships cost $119 per person for one year, and that gives yo...