Laser engraving creates new, diverse personalized products. These offer real added value. Higher sales prices can be achieved for products with a personal dedication - lettering, designs, logos enhance the product.
What you can do with a laser engraver: Fields of application.
Cups, trophies: Awards made of acrylic, marble or wood become eye-catchers thanks to laser engraving.
Paper finishing: In paper finishing, laser engraving creates great effects through deep engraving – for invites, business cards, greeting cards and many other creative ideas.
Stamp: Dates, designs or logos are engraved in the rubber stamp plate.
Promotional items, signs: Laser engraving of delicate motifs or complex figures on promotional items, information signs for indoor and outdoor use or even food.
Arts and crafts: Whether it’s jewelry made of acrylic or wooden pendants – creativity knows no limits.
Another application is the photo engraving of wood, acrylic, glass.
Which materials are suitable for laser engraving?
A wide range of materials can be laser engraved. These range from acrylic, laminate, wood, stone, paper, cardboard to mirror glass and glass.
The advantages of laser engraving:
Very high precision.
Can be used for numerous materials such as wood, paper, acrylic, glass, stone, textiles, metal, etc.
The workpiece doesn’t need to be clamped. Laser processing is non-contact.
Economic production regardless of whether it’s a single piece or a series.
Permanent, haptic engraving.