Laser engraving gives a permanent finish and creates a higher perceived value than direct printing. It is ideal for metal and glass items and because it is a digital process can be used for personalising promotional products with custom branding.

The Process

Laser engraving is a process where the laser beam physically removes the surface of the material to expose a cavity that reveals an image at eye level. The laser creates high heat during the engraving process, which essentially causes the material to vaporise.


• Higher perceived value than other forms of branding.
• The branding becomes part of the surface and is permanent.
• Gives a similar finish to etching on glassware at a much lower cost.
• Can mark curved or uneven products.
• Can produce variable data including individual names.
• The product can be shipped as soon as marking is finished


• Laser engraving can only be carried out on specific 'laserable' materials.
• The size of branding areas is limited on curved surfaces.
• Fine detail can be lost on smaller products like pens.p>

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