The embossing of company logos or serial numbers on merchandise or promotional gifts has been common practice in large companies for years. The personalized engraving of jewelery or drinking goblets is also becoming increasingly popular in the private sector. Such engravings are made with a laser engraving machine.

The engraving machine works with very intensively bundled light, which burns the desired motif onto the object. Use our comparison table to get comprehensive information about the concept of the laser engraving machines, the judgments of various test institutes and the numerous laser engraver variants.

Purchase advice: How to find the right product in our laser engraving machine comparison 2022

With a laser cutting machine, you can engrave motifs into a desired object using a laser beam. For example, pieces of jewelery are personalized or pens are given company logos.

Laser machines are used in private households, in jewelers and in industry. A laser cutting machine can engrave aluminum, wood, glass, acrylic, metal and other materials.

High-quality laser engraving machines from Germany are quite expensive. However, they convince with high-quality workmanship and precise engraving.

Finding a suitable laser engraving machine is not always easy. The different models vary greatly in price, size and laser power. The materials that you can process are also not the same for every engraving machine.

What is a laser engraving machine?
A laser engraving machine is used to laser engrave images, shapes and lettering onto a surface. As with a printer, the laser machine is connected to a PC and the desired motif is output. However, a printer prints with ink on paper, and a laser engravier burns the motif into the material with highly focused beams of light. Unlike a milling machine, the laser cutting machine does not wear out even with hard material.

By the way: A distinction is made between so-called CO2 lasers and fiber lasers. Basically, fiber lasers achieve a higher power and can also process extremely hard materials such as metal. In terms of operation, however, they hardly differ.