CO2 laser engravers can cut and engrave the widest range of materials, such as plastics, wood, paper, fabric, acrylic, rubber and cardboard and can also engrave on glass, ceramic, stone, and coated metals such as anodized aluminium. With a bed size of 39″x24″x12 tall we are able to engrave multiple items at once and with the pass-thru option we are able to handle large and oversize items.
Engraving Laser engraving works by vaporizing some of the base material with cone shape indentation. Examples of materials well-suited for laser engraving include wood, leather, rubber, and acrylic, to name a few.
Etching or Marking During the process of laser etching, the cover layer of your material is vaporized, producing little to no depth but usually, high contrast marking. The process is like cutting, except only the top layer is vaporized. Laser etching works well on materials with two or more layers, coated metals, anodized aluminum and engravers plastics.
Cutting Laser cutting happens when you apply enough power at a low enough speed to completely vaporize material all the way through. If the material is flammable in most cases it can be cut by a laser. We are able to laser cut cork, leather, plywood, wood and acrylic up to 12mm thick.
Trotec Speedy 400 Fiber Laser
Our Trotec fiber laser engraver can engrave or mark many types of engineered plastic and all types of metals including stainless steel, aluminum, tool steel, brass, titanium, and much more. With a bed size of 39″x24″x12 tall we are able to engrave multiple items at once and with the pass-thru option we are able to handle large and oversize items. A fiber laser basically does what a CO2 laser cannot. we use our laser for marking and engraving bare metals and plastics and are able to laser engrave, anneal and mark most metals and many engineered plastics. We can laser mark manufacturers’ parts, prototypes, medical devices and more. Contact us about your next project.
Roland LEF2-300 UV Printer
Featuring a 30” print width, four print heads and two UV-LED lamps for high volume customization, our VersaUV LEF2-300 flatbed series is able to direct print onto manufacturer parts, trophies, awards, plaques, prototypes, glass, wood, stone, giftware, ceramics, and countless other products and substrate. We are able to produce stunning color, realistic textures and stylish embossed effects including ADA/AODA tactile elements for Braille signage.
Roland VG54 Large Format Printer
Our Roland printer allows us to print decals, stickers, labels, banners, poster prints and printed vinyl. We laminate all our vinyl and decals with a clear protective layer. In stock pop-up banner stands.
Xenetech Viper 1625
Our two Xenetech 1625 engravers have a 16” by 25” (406.4mm by 635mm) engraving area with high precision. The 1625 will deep engrave, diamond drag and burnish into various metals – aluminum, brass, steel, etc. It was also designed to engrave into plastics, wood, and glass for signs, plaques, nametags, trophies, awards, small jewelry items, tools, industrial parts, identification plates, and panel faces.
Epilog Legend 36EXT CO2 Laser
Our Epilog laser engraver is very similar to our Trotec CO2 engraver with the same capabilities and a bed size of 24″x36″x12 with a rotary attachment for cylindrical objects like wine glasses and flasks.
Sublimation Heat Presses & Printers
Sublimation is the method of applying an image to substrates such as slate, metal, ceramics and polyester cloth, using three main ingredients: sublimation ink, heat and pressure. Sublimation ink is unique in its ability to convert from a solid to a gas without going through a liquid form. (Just like dry ice.) The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled with pressure and time. Hard items such as ceramic, fibreboard, metals, etc. require a special polyester coating to accept the sublimation inks. Fabrics that are 100% polyester are ready to accept sublimation ink. Some of our sublimation products include; Aluminium Plates & Plaques, Slate Plaques, Metal Industrial Plates, Lapel Pins/Medallions, Key Chains, Pillows, Sports Towels, Mouse Pads, Coasters, Drinkware and more.