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Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

There are dozens of materials just waiting to be laser engraved or laser cut with a laser engraving machine. Below are just a few of the materials you can engrave or cut with a laser;

Laser Engraving Granite and Marble

When laser engraving on granite, the surface of the polished stone is removed by the laser beam resulting in high quality artwork. High resolution photos can be etched with our high power laser and produce stunning results.

Laser Engraving Brick and Stone

High power laser beam turns the porous clay material of brick into hardened glass, resulting in a permanent and attractive marking that does not change the integrity of the brick. Fundraising bricks are a high profit opportunity.

Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

Laser Cut/Engraving Wood

All types of wood including pine, oak, mahogany, maple and other exotic hardwoods can be laser engraved and cut. As all wood has its own unique qualities, each will produce a different yet unique outcome.

Laser Engraving Glass

When laser etching glass, the end result is often a look of quality and class. Laser etching glass or crystal leaves a frosty mark on the surface that stands out, yet is smooth to the touch.

Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

Laser Cut/Engraving Acrylic

Laser engraving the surface of acrylic produces a white contrast against the clear material. As acrylic engraves and cuts very easily, it's a very popular among laser machine users.

Laser Engraving Metal

Many bare metals can be engraved with lasers when a marking compound is used. Certain types of metals like aluminum, brass and chrome can be marked without the use of a metal marking compound.

Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

Laser Cut Paper and Cardboard

Laser engraving paper and cardboard is becoming popular, because it's a cheap material. Laser cut paper to create delicate stationary and invitations and create lightweight 3D products with cardboard.

Laser Cut/Engraving Fabric

Laser engraving fabrics and textiles such as leather, denim and micro suede produces unique effects. Many types of fabric can also be easily cut, leaving you with a sealed, non-fraying edge of material.

Engraving Methods and Materials from Architectural Signs

Laser Cut/Engraving Leather

Easy to both cut and engrave, leather is a high end material and can be used to create custom items as corporate gifts. With many colors of leather available, the possibilities are endless.

Architectural Signs has been providing engraving solutions for companies and businesses throughout Australia and globally for over 30 years. You can contact Architectural Signs at www.arcsigns.com.au.



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