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What is laser etching or engraving? This process involves using a laser engraver to burn or cut a material to a specific depth to create text, graphics, or images on the surface of that object. It is basically a function performed with a CO2 laser to mark or engrave a given object.
Laser etching can be performed on different types of materials such as wood, card stock, paper board, plastic, acrylic, ceramic, glass etc. We can engrave anything, at any size!
For any kind of industrial engraving, retail engraving or printing services, Prytec offers the ultimate laser system solutions for any commercial engraving needs of a company. For any engraving job whether big or small, we offer competitive prices combined with a fast service.
Acrylic Engraved Printed Cut
Traditionally, laser etching involved burning an image onto the surface of an object while engraving was referred to the process where material was removed by cutting with a knife or a blade. With the latest innovation of the laser cutting machines, both the processes are possible with the same machine, by adjusting the intensity of the laser.
Acrylic is a non-organic polymer which when exposed to the laser gets vaporised, distorting the surface area in appearance. A 3D effect can also be given to the panel, but it is more effective on softer materials. We can cut Acrylic with our laser engravers Brisbane to any size or shape and print or engrave any acrylic panel with patterns desired by the customer.
The boundaries to engraving are endless! If a piece of material can fit into the laser engraver, it has the potential to be engraved. The laser burns the surface of a wooden material, to create crisp lettering or images as wood, is an organic produce.
The etching part adds detailing to the woodwork and creates a 3D effect. Depending on the job requirement timber engraving is done by Prytec by a variety of ways. We engrave on wood; laser engrave wood and sand blast wood with our laser engravers Sydney.
Basically, any type of timber can be engraved at Prytec. The digital capabilities and the speed of the laser engraving process make it a cost effective and quicker option than the others.
Laser engraving is an efficient and quick way to engrave products. Companies opt for the laser engraving process when they are producing in large quantities. It is a versatile process that can be used to brand or personalise any products of the manufacturer.
Laser engraving is a relatively expensive process to produce high volumes of products due to the set up time taken to ensure consistency, the time required to engrave, but the costs can be cut down if the company opts for mass production at Prytec. If you compare the traditional forms of manual engraving processes, using a laser engraver has proved to be substantially economical.
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