Mechanical industrial design

Laser engraving is very useful to work on molds, casts, dies and other special mechanical parts as well as machining.

Applications include:

  • Marking of pieces down to just microns depth / microns of relief
  • Deep engravings down to tenths of millimeter.

Ideal for moulds and dies used to engrave labels as in logos/trademarks, figures, symbols, pictures.. or whatever is needed.

Both for marking and engraving, there are four ways in which the laser can be projected:

  • 2D design on a flat surface- basic engraving
  • 2D design on a non flat surface, or a 2D design projected on a 3D
  • 3D design on a flat surface
  • 3D design on a non flat surface, or a 3D projected on a 3D

The last three are all different examples of 3D laser engraving.

To be highlighted is the fact that the engraving can be adjusted, both in negative (engraved design on the inside) and in positive (engraved design on top of the relief).

This can also be an ideal tool to make electrodes, as well as punches where you need to specify the amount of slag.

The marking and/or engraving can be applied into all kinds of metals: steel, iron, aluminum, copper, titanium, and also on graphite which is widely used to make electrodes.