Laser-engraved plaque by Denny Wittman, Action Signs and Advertising Specialties, Lake Wales, Florida
Laser-engraved skateboard done on an Epilog laser by Jason Lefton, Big Secret, Richmond, Virginia; design by Serge Kirsanov
Laser-engraved wood mortar-and-pestle done on a Trotec laser by Steve Shepherd, Custom Engraving & Signs, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-engraved plaque by Denny Wittman, Action Signs and Advertising Specialties, Lake Wales, Florida
Laser-engraved mahogany business card done on an Epilog laser by Jason Lefton, Big Secret, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-burned bread done on an Epilog laser by Jason Lefton, Big Secret, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-engraved glass award by Denny Wittman, Action Signs and Advertising Specialties, Lake Wales, Florida
Laser marked stainless steel panel done on a Trotec laser by Steve Shepherd, Custom Engraving & Signs, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-engraved and cut wood sign done on an Epilog laser by Jason Lefton, Big Secret, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-engraved plastic signage done on a Trotec laser engraver by Steve Shepherd, Custom Engraving & Signs, Richmond, Virginia
Laser-engraved blade for custom-made knife by Denny Wittman, Action Signs and Advertising Specialties, Lake Wales, Florida
Laser-engraved "growler" or beer container done on an Epilog laser by Jason Lefton, Big Secret, Richmond, Virginia; design by Ed Trask for Saison Market
Laser-engraved granite done on a Trotec laser by Steve Shepherd, Custom Engraving & Signs, Richmond, Virginia
“We’ve been pushing the laser engraved work harder,” says Denny Wittman, Action Signs & Engraving, Lake Wales, Florida. “We do everything from one or two custom items to orders for 400 stainless steel drink cups. It fits right in with our sign work.”
Laser-engraved walnut plaque done on a Trotec laser by Steve Shepherd, Custom Engraving & Signs, Richmond, Virginia

Laser at work: Engrave almost anything

Signage, awards, promotional items—even loaves of bread get laser engraved

By SignCraft.com

Posted on Sunday, January 1st, 2017

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Source list:

Laser engraving/ cutting equipment

Acsys Laser:
www.acsyslaser.com

Epilog Laser:
www.epiloglaser.com

Gravograph:
www.gravograph.com

Trotec Laser:
www.troteclaser.com

Universal Laser Systems:
www.ulsinc.com

Vision Engravers:
www.visionengravers.com

We try to make all source lists as complete as possible, but errors or omissions sometimes occur. If so, please let us know and we’ll pass the updated information along.
Laser etched goblets, stainless steel insulated glasses, plaques, baseballs, handbags, chef’s knives, baseball bats. People want custom graphics on almost anything. Sometimes it’s just an individual project, but often it’s dozens or even hundreds of items to laser engrave or etch.

And then there’s laser engraving for industrial and utility purposes—electrical panel tags, ID plates, instrument panels, nameplates and cabinet identification. Some of it’s required legally; some of it is to boost efficiency or convenience. Either way, laser engraving is often the ideal solution.


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