Best Laser Engraving Personalized Gifts
Laser engraving and etching is a delicate and permanent craft with a lasting legacy. We make sure every engraving is smooth, flawless and exactly what you want. Every character is clearly visible and formed, so the finished product looks clean and professional. Laser engraving is the best way to give meaningful, personalized gifts to friends and family.
There is truly no limit to what can be engraved on these personalized gifts.
We most often use names, logos or special messages.
You can also think outside the box for your personalized gift and let us engrave your artwork, baby's footprints or mountain views.
Mother’s Day, graduations, Father’s Day and weddings are just a few of the events that typically include presents. Birthdays and anniversaries are also added into the mix for many people.
Searching for gifts can be time consuming and sometimes frustrating. And then there’s the added challenge of buying a gift for someone who seemingly has everything. If you’re like me, you don’t really relish the idea of buying something anyone can buy at the mall and you really want to find something unique, which can mean handmade.
Excellent Materials for Laser Cutting
Acrylic: It is one of the best materials if you are running a laser cutting business. Laser cutting leaves a flawless finish and polished edges.
Hardwoods: Cherry, peach, and other hardwoods can be cut well with a laser.
Magnetic Sheet: Magnetic sheet, like acrylic, is one of the best materials available to laser cutting businesses. In addition to having a range of popular apps, it's affordable and beautifully cut.
Leather: Lasers love leather. Manual cutting usually takes hours and can be done in minutes using a laser. Leather is a great option if you are considering starting a quality laser cutting business.
Paper: Card stock and paper cut quickly and have a good finish. Greeting cards or gift wrap made from recycled paper is a great idea for a laser cutting business.
Cardboard: It will cut, but it is also a fire hazard, so never leave the laser cutter unattended while cutting cardboard.