With laser engraving the material is fused and evaporated by using only laser. There is no need to fix the workpiece in place during processing. There are various methods of laser engraving which are explained in detail here.
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The ACSYS Gallery of Laser Engraving
Deep engraving means that the surface of the workpiece is removed to a certain depth, thereby creating a visible marking on the workpiece. More about the laser process deep engraving can be found here.
2D & 3D laser engraving
With 2.5D and 3D laser engraving, the surface of the workpiece is removed to a certain depth in a software-controlled process. The material is evaporated layer by layer so that the desired structure gradually appears. More about the laser process 2D & 3D laser engraving can be found here.
High-precision 3D engraving in the micrometer range ensures the creation of virtually forgery-proof authenticity certification. Today, assay offices and jewelry manufacturers all over the world rely on the exacting quality of premium products by ACSYS Lasertechnik. More about the laser process Micro engraving can be found here.
Frosting and SurfaceTexturing
The laser can be used for the defined structuring of tool surfaces. Typically, relatively small structural elements that are repeated continuously, but not necessarily visibly, are engraved in order to create a smooth – and in some cases polished – surface. More about the laser process Frosting and surface texturing can be found here.