About Laser Marking

Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser marking is a non-contact thermal process that uses the heat generated by a laser beam to alter the surface of the work piece. The laser light must be absorbed by the material surface to generate the required heat for marking. Several marking methods are possible with lasers, making them the most flexible technology available for high-quality, permanent product identification.

Marking on Your Material

Is there a difference between laser engraving and etching? Different process techniques can be used to produce the type of mark required on your product and material. Learn more about the different laser marking methods.

Laser marking is very different from other marking methods – is it appropriate for your material? Read about the material considerations for laser marking.

Sample Marking

Want to see what your product looks like with a laser mark? Send us a sample part and we'll mark it for you. Our sample marking lab allows us to mark nearly any material.

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