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Laser Engraving on Promotional Items

What is Laser Engraving?

Laser engraving is a process of marking or etching surfaces such as aluminium and glass using high powered laser light. This branding method is the most popular for promotional items of acrylic plastic, stone, glass, hard wood, metals, and coated metals material. Many industries use laser engraving for promotional products such as branded key ring, customised clock or watches, printed glass/crystal trophy, personalised business card holder, printed metal pen, promotional stationery and much more.

Advantages

advantage of pad printing

  • Accommodate characters on small surface area
  • Consistent and fine detailed accuracy
  • Short time of process
  • Extremely high quality
  • Permanent/does not fade overtime
  • Excellent final result on glass/crystal or metal surfaces.

Disadvantages

negative

  • No ability to produce colour
  • High power consumption
  • Cannot engrave large surface areas

Common Promotional Items that are branded by Laser Engraving

Branded key ring, promotional metal pen, 3D trophy award, printed clock, personalised business card holder, customised glassware, branded metal USB, aluminium and stainless steel bottles and many more.

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How to set up laser engraving?

This is done by transferring the supplied art to a computer program which tells the laser where to engrave. Repeat setups are charged because of the time it takes to setup the block that holds the product.

History of Laser Engraving

Back over 1500 years ago, people used a method of marking a text or design onto hard surfaces. Scientists then discovered that they could create a light source and focus the energy as a powerful tool to affect various materials. Albert Einstein developed the theory of radiation in 1916, development of laser technique later expand in 1950s.

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