Here at Classy Glass & Awards we can mark, cut and engrave all sorts of materials using our CO2 laser. Our current machine has a work area of up to 762mm long x 482.6mm wide x 165mm high.
Laser Engraving on Cast Acrylic
Cast acrylic is used for almost all engraving purposes because when it is engraved it produces a white, frosty look that makes for a clean contrast against the clear material. This photograph shows some cast acrylic key-fobs commissioned by a hotel.
Laser Engraving on Extruded Acrylic
Extruded acrylic remains clear when engraved and does not produce much of a contrast. On the other hand, it is ideal for cutting shapes out of. Great for sign making.
Wood cuts and engraves brilliantly with a laser and there are so many uses for it, such as personalised wooden chopping boards, custom model kits or scenery and terrain for model railways and wargames.
Laser Engraving on Electronic Items
Coloured anodised aluminium gives a high contrast, while other finishes give a more subtle tone-on-tone effect. We can add company logos and text or any other design you can supply us with.
Laser Engraving for Slate and stone
Slate and stone coasters, place-mats and the like can be engraved simply with our CO2 laser. Granite and marble can be lasered too.
Laser Engraving on Fabrics
Fabrics such as denim mark well. Many protective cases are made from neoprene which can also be marked.
Laser Engraving on Stainless steel
Many metals such as stainless steel can be permanently surface marked using a ceramic paste. This is fired onto the metal using a CO2 laser and is nearly black in colour. There are also specialist fiber laser machines designed specifically for marking metals, but we do not have one of those in our workshop.