Laser engraving is mainly used for engraving individual motifs, and its great advantage is the ability to engrave almost any pattern on various materials and surfaces, including uneven ones.

The engraving process of the material consists in heating the surface by a laser beam, resulting in a change in color and the creation of contrast. The resulting laser engraver is durable and abrasion resistant.

Laser engraving stages:

1. Creating an engraving project in one of the available graphic programs
2. Using the printer driver to send graphics to the laser
3. Starting the laser
4. Engraving or laser cutting depending on the saved settings
Laser engraving is divided into raster and vector. Raster engraving is the basic process of engraving and involves engraving graphics composed of pixels point by point and line by line. Vector engraving, called grooving, involves engraving graphics consisting of curves and lines that are read by the laser vector by vector.
Compared to mechanical engraving, laser engraving has a wider range of applications because the laser beam is a universal tool for various materials such as wood, paper, fabrics, glass, foils and metals. The material processing in the case of laser engraving is non-contact, it is carried out with attention to every detail and high precision.

At JARD Creative, we use Epilog Laser and Universal Laser System for laser engraving, which ensure speed and reliability of work, are known worldwide and guarantee the highest quality of machining.
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