Our skilled engravers work with a wide range of metals: please see below for further details on the specific materials we can engrave & cut. If you can’t find what you're looking for here, please get in touch and we will be happy to help.
A popular metal suitable for both laser engraving and cutting as well as traditional deep engraving. Our craftsmen use the very latest technology to ensure a clean and precise finish - regardless of thickness.
Example: Anodised Aluminium
Stainless steel is another very popular metal for laser engraving, for one simple reason – it engraves superbly, and can achieve a photo-quality finish. Resistant to corrosion, stainless steel is often engraved for outdoor display panels. It is also the material of choice for laser cutting engineering components.
Suitable for both laser marking and cutting, we deliver a clean and precise finish with brass products thanks to the cutting edge machinery we work with and the expertise of our dedicated team.
Our skilled team use precision technology to cut and engrave metals, including mild steel - also known as carbon steel in some trades.
We have the thermal laser technology and the expertise to engrave copper parts and components with precision and skill. Copper is possibly one of the most challenging metals to engrave due to its high reflectivity and thermal conductivity.
Our engravers can respond to almost any brief - and work with materials as diverse as painted metals - thanks to our decades of experience and the pioneering machinery we use.
Most other metals are suitable for laser marking only. Electroplated nickel silver and pewter are popular materials for commemorative, engraved items such as tankards, goblets and cutlery.
The below table details which metals can be laser marked and / or cut.
|Laser Mark||Laser Cut|
|Other (Pewter and EPNS)||Yes||No|
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Our experts are always available to discuss any engraving, marking, etching or cutting requirement and would welcome the opportunity to talk it through. Whether you need advice or want to receive a quote, just get in touch and we’re confident we will find the perfect solution for your requirement.