Laser Engraving


What is laser engraving?

Laser engraving uses a laser beam to etch, carve, or mark an object. The laser beam is usually controlled by a computer or software program directing the beam onto the engraved material. The intense heat of the laser beam vaporizes or burns away the material, leaving behind a permanent mark or etching on the surface. The process can be used on various materials, including wood, plastic, metal, glass, and leather. It is commonly used for creating personalized items like signage, trophies, jewelry, and electronics and for industrial applications like marking and branding products. It produces precise and detailed engravings that can create intricate designs, logos, and text.

Technologies Additive Manufacturing, Casting, Molding, Sheet Metal Fabrication
Logos, Patterns, Text
Manufacturing Finishing - Laser Engraving

Our laser engraving process:

Our process is precise and efficient for adding designs and markings to various materials.

  1. The material to be engraved is securely placed in the chamber. The laser is then programmed with the design or text to be impressed, and the device is set to the appropriate settings based on the engraved material.
  2. The laser beam is directed onto the material, quickly and accurately removing a small amount of material to create the desired design. The beam can be adjusted in intensity and speed to produce varying engraving depths and even create intricate designs with fine detail.

  3. Once the engraving is complete, any excess debris or material is removed from the work surface, leaving a clear and precise engraving that will last a lifetime. Our process is perfect for awards, branded, and promotional items.

Why choose laser engraving for your next project?

It offers many advantages over traditional engraving methods. Firstly, it allows for a higher level of precision and detail due to the accuracy and precision of laser technology. It is also a versatile process that can engrave various materials, including metal, glass, wood, and plastic. Additionally, it produces a clean and crisp finish without additional cleaning or polishing. Another benefit is that it’s a quick and efficient process that can engrave multiple items at once. Finally, it is eco-friendly, with no chemicals or waste produced during the process. The process is a reliable and efficient option for any project requiring precise and detailed engraving on a wide range of materials.