Laser Engraving

Laser Engraving is a generic term that also includes laser etching. Laser etching and engraving are permanent and at the same time resistant to abrasion, heat and acids.


Laser etching is the process of vaporizing the top layer of a substrate to expose a layer below. It's useful when marking certain material, such as laminates, coated metals, and glass. You may not feel the depth of the etching with your  fingers. It's the removal of color, or discoloration of the substrate that shows the mark.


Laser engraving is also included in this category, but engraving cuts deeper into a substrate like wood or acrylic. The laser may or may not change the color of the material, but you will feel the depth of the engraving. 



Materials that can be etched:
Materials that can be engraved:
Acrylic
Acrylic
Coated Metals
Cork
CorkDelrin
GlassLaminates 
Leather
Leather
Paper
Plastics
Plastics
Rubber
Stone 
Wood
Textiles


Laser type: CO2 laser
Work area: 29 x 17 in
Max. workpiece height: 7.8 in
‚ÄčLaser power: 60 watt

Rotary capacity: 6.5 x 20 in

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