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Personalize your Gift with Laser Engraving!

Laser engraving a gift provides a permanent marking that will last forever.
We have done commercial work for parts identification that must last for years.
More recently we have done work for local manufacturing company engraving their products for very good clients.
Our simple services are as follows…
– Engraving metal materials including knives, lighters, watch backs and swords.
– Engraving wood materials including cutting boards, multi-drawer boxes
– Engraving/cutting acrylic materials
– Engraving/cutting leather materials.


Step 1. Discuss

Step 1.  We have a discussion  about your project. During this discussion we discuss materials, fonts.

Step 2. Design

Step 2.  We look at the graphics, fonts, Figure out how to best provide the personalization you want.

Step 3. Engrave/Cut

Step 3.  Using one of 2 lasers we operate your project will be completed using a CO2 or Fiber laser. Each has its benefits.

FAQ #1What is Laser Engraving?

Laser engraving is used to give products an individual design or a personal touch. A sports trophy engraved with the name of the winner, ballpoint pens engraved with the company logo or a component that is marked with serial number and batch number – these are typical applications for laser engraving. The big advantage: With a laser, you can engrave virtually any design on different materials.

FAQ #2What is the difference between Fiber and CO2 engraving?

CO2 laser are gas lasers that are based on a carbon dioxide gas mixture, which is stimulated electrically. With a wavelength of 10.6 micrometers, they are mainly suited for working on non-metallic materials and on most plastics. CO2 lasers have a relatively high efficiency and feature a very good beam quality. They are therefore the most widely used laser types.

Suited for the following materials: Wood, acrylic, glass, paper, textiles, plastics, foils & films, leather, stone

Fiber lasers belong to the solid state laser group. They generate a laser beam by means of the so-called seed laser and amplify it in specially designed glass fibers, which are supplied with energy via pump diodes. With a wavelength of 1.064 micrometers, fiber lasers produce an extremely small focal diameter; as a result their intensity is up to 100 times higher than that of CO2 lasers with the same emitted average power.

Fiber lasers are optimally suited for metal marking by way of annealing, for metal engraving, and for high-contrast plastic markings. Fiber lasers are generally maintenance-free and feature a long service life of at least 25,000 laser hours.

Suited for the following materials: Metals, coated metals, plastics

FAQ #3Which laser is better for metal engraving?

Fiber. No special sprays are required. The beam penetrates the metal for a more permanent marking.

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