Engrave Your Imagination!

If you can dream it up, we can turn it into something to be treasured forever. From laser engraving to 3D printing, let us work with you to bring your imagination to life.

CO2 Laser
Organic Materials

From Acrylic to Wood, we can engrave many materials. Some of our favorites include glass, stone/slate, tile, leather, foam and rubber.

What is a CO2 Laser?

A CO2 laser is a type of laser that uses a gas mixture of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and a halogen gas to generate a beam of infrared light.

It is commonly used in cutting, welding, marking, and engraving and has a wide range of applications including manufacturing, construction, and medical procedures.

CO2 lasers are high-power devices with output powers ranging from a few watts to several hundred watts, and are capable of cutting through thick materials such as wood, acrylic, and steel.

Fiber Laser
Non-Organic / Metals

We able to go from marking and etching to deep engraving of metals to create a little shock-n-awe. Metals such as Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Gold, Silver, Stainless Steel and many others, our 60w MOPA fiber laser can handle very interesting projects.

What is a Fiber Laser?

A fiber laser is a type of laser that uses an optical fiber as the lasing medium, rather than a traditional crystal or gas. It is highly efficient, with low maintenance and operating costs, and is able to produce a highly focused beam of light with a high power output.

They are used in a wide range of applications, including cutting and welding, marking and engraving, and scientific research.

Fiber lasers are becoming increasingly popular due to their high beam quality, reliability, and versatility. They can operate at a variety of wavelengths, making them suitable for a range of materials and applications.

A YAG laser cutter, short for yttrium aluminum garnet, is another type of laser cutter that can be used to engrave metal. It uses a laser beam that is generated by a crystal made of yttrium, aluminum, and garnet. This type of laser cutter is also more powerful than a CO2 laser cutter and can engrave metal with high precision and at a faster speed.

A UV laser cutter uses a beam of ultraviolet light to engrave metal. The UV laser is able to mark metal surfaces with high precision and clarity, and it is commonly used for engraving titanium and stainless steel.

Overall, fiber lasers are a reliable and efficient choice for many laser-based applications.

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