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Laser engraving is a versatile and precise manufacturing technique that utilises laser beams to etch, mark, or cut materials. It has gained widespread popularity in various industries due to its ability to produce high-quality, intricate designs with fine details. Here are some key aspects of laser engraving in manufacturing:  


  • Metal: Laser engraving is commonly used on metals like Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Gold, Silver, Brass, Anodised Aluminium and Titanium. It’s utilized for adding serial numbers, barcodes, logos, or decorative elements.  
  • Plastics: Various plastics can be cut and engraved, including Acrylic, Laminates and Foils for applications such as Signage, Templates, Branding, Crafting or Product Marking 
  • Wood: Laser engraving is popular for woodworking applications, allowing for detailed designs, text, or patterns on Hard or Soft wooden surfaces or cut for Templates and Crafting purposes.  
  • Glass: Laser engraving on glass is employed for creating Intricate Designs, Logos, or Personalized items like Glass Awards 


  • Product Marking: Laser engraving is often used for permanent marking of products with Serial Numbers, Batch Codes, Traceability, and other Identification Marks.  
  • Promotional Items: It’s utilized for adding logos and branding on promotional items, such as Pens, Keyrings, and Coaster, USB Drives.  
  • Personalisation: Laser engraving allows for the customization of various products like Jewellery, Water Bottles, and Gifts.  


  • Precision: Laser engraving offers high precision, enabling the creation of intricate designs with accuracy.  
  • Speed: It is generally a fast process, making it efficient for high-volume production.  
  • Contactless: As a non-contact method, it reduces the risk of damage to the material and eliminates the need for additional tooling.  

In summary, laser engraving has become an integral part of modern manufacturing processes, offering a combination of precision, speed, and versatility for a wide range of materials and applications. 




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