Companies choose to customise their products for different reasons. Some businesses manufacture goods that need to carry instructions and important information that has to be permanently embedded onto its surface. The best way to achieve this is by engraving, a process which produces a durable, permanent marking.
It is also a useful way to mark objects that are unusual shapes and sizes, such as cylinders, and it can be used as a more versatile method of marking than traditional print, which has obvious limitations.
Engraving is an effective way to brand goods with a company logo or name.
When a company has gone through in-depth processes to produce a quality end product, it is important that it is branded with their company logo or name.
It is also vital that this process reflects the professionalism that has gone into the manufacture of the goods.
Fine Cut has state-of-the-art machinery combined with years of expertise to ensure personalisation and engraving projects meet agreed objectives and are of the highest standard.
Whether an item requires 1D, 2D or 3D engraving, Fine Cut is able to provide the required service, no matter how big or small the job is. Not every surface is suitable for traditional engraving but a large range of materials such as glass, wood, metals and plastics can be marked using laser engraving.
Fine Cut offers a number of different techniques and is happy to discuss the best methods to fit the job.
Precision engraving works for bespoke pieces
Precision engraving, or hand engraving, is useful when clients require bespoke one-off projects and for those that make use of complicated, intricate work. This type of process can also be used for larger jobs.
Competitive quotes are guaranteed and Fine Cut prides itself on its attention to detail, so quality will never be compromised, even though the company works hard to ensure short lead times are met.
Laser engraving produces precision work
Laser engraving is ideal if precision work on practically any material from glass to wood, metals, plastics, ceramics, leather and fabrics is required.
Companies can send their designs in a variety of file formats such as pdf, jpeg, eps and dxf. For those who don't have the facilities in-house, Fine Cut is more than happy to work with clients to produce high-quality artwork.
At Fine Cut, skilled operators use the most technologically advanced equipment to ensure unmatchable precision and attention to detail is met on every job it takes on.
CNC engraving is great for jobs where standardisation is a top priority
Computer numerical control (CNC) engraving is a process that involves using a computer programme to automate machinery to produce designs based on a customer's exact requirements. It is therefore good for jobs that require uniformity, such as name plaques.
Hot foil marking is good for permanency
This type of process is employed for use on a wide variety of products including keyboard keycaps, automotive components, warning plates and product badges and can be used for flat items as well as those that have more complex surfaces.
i-Product engraving for when you want to personalise your products
It's not just businesses who can benefit from personalising and engraving their goods, but consumers too.
Fine Cut has realised there is a market for a personalisation service aimed at individuals who want to make their iPad, iPhone, iPod, Tablet, Laptop, Macbook or Kindle stand out from the crowd.
This custom laser engraving service can be used to add any design, graphic, text or logo onto an electronic device.
It's also suitable for companies that want to mark their tablets and phones with their company logo.