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Laser Engraving (Laser Etching)

Laser engraving in CNC machining serves a multifaceted role, contributing to product branding and identification by adding logos and serial numbers, ensuring traceability and fostering brand recognition. Additionally, it facilitates personalization and customization of CNC machined products through the incorporation of personalized text, graphics, or designs, commonly observed in consumer electronics and personalized gifts. Furthermore, laser engraving enhances the aesthetic appeal of CNC machined parts by introducing intricate patterns and artistic designs, particularly applied to decorative elements in automotive parts, jewelry, and consumer goods.

Applicable MaterialsColor Options
Metals,PlasticsNatural, White,Black, Gray

Laser Engraving Part

Laser Engraving Process

1 .Design Preparation: Create or obtain the design or artwork you want to engrave using graphic design or computer-aided design (CAD) software.
2 .Machine Setup: Prepare the laser engraving machine, ensuring it’s correctly calibrated and the laser is focused.
3 .Material Fixturing: Secure the material to be engraved in place on the engraving machine’s worktable or fixture to prevent movement during the process.
4 .Laser Parameters: Configure the laser settings, including power, speed, and frequency, based on the material and design requirements.
5 .Laser Engraving: Start the engraving process, during which the laser beam traces the design onto the material with precision.
6 .Quality Inspection: After engraving, inspect the finished product to ensure it meets the desired quality standards.
7 .Cleaning: Remove any debris or residue generated during the engraving process, leaving the engraved area clean.
8 .Optional Post-Processing: Depending on the material and design, you may choose to perform additional post-processing steps like paint filling, coating, or other enhancements.

Laser Engraving Design Consideration

To request part marking, you will need to provide the following:


Laser engraving is a process that uses a high-powered laser to etch or engrave designs, text, or markings onto materials with precision.
Laser Engraving: This process typically involves using a laser beam to remove material from the surface, creating a deeper and more pronounced mark. Laser engraving is often used for adding logos, text, or designs that need to be highly visible and durable. It creates deeper grooves and can be tactile to the touch. Laser Etching: Laser etching, on the other hand, doesn’t remove material but rather changes the surface’s appearance by altering its texture or color. It creates a shallower mark, and the contrast is achieved by altering the reflective properties of the material. Laser etching is commonly used for marking serial numbers, barcodes, or for aesthetic purposes where a subtle mark is desired.Laser engraving is fast and precise. It provides durable marking that does not wear over time, commonly used for serial numbers.
Laser engraving provides a permanent mark as it physically alters the material’s surface.
Laser engraving provides a permanent mark as it physically alters the material’s surface.
Yes, laser engraving is capable of producing intricate and highly detailed designs with precision.
Laser engraving typically has minimal impact on material dimensions, making it suitable for precision parts.
Laser engraving is ideal for batch production, as it offers consistent quality and rapid marking.
Laser engraving is perfect for fine text, serial numbers, barcodes, and other detailed markings.
In most cases, post-processing isn’t required after laser engraving, as it provides a finished and durable mark.

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