LASIT is a company that excels in laser marking and engraving. With in-depth knowledge, a passion for perfection, and a commitment to customer service, they are the perfect choice for any industrial process automation or brand visibility needs. “We are big enough to make a difference,” says LASIT CEO Marco Ievoli, “but at the same time small enough to feel human like everyone else.” Their team of experts ensures traceability through a research and development department and quality control thanks to highly qualified technical staff always available in case of problems.

LASIT guarantees the highest quality of its laser markers, which are an excellent solution for ensuring products, especially those made of metal or plastic. With these systems, not only is marking guaranteed in the long term, but there are no residues.

The power of the laser allows cutting or engraving most materials, such as wood, paper, or cork, but not plastic. However, if you use artist-quality alcohol pens on non-plastic materials, you get long-lasting marks that last much longer than regular markers.

But how does laser marking of plastics work?

The laser marking machine uses a concentrated beam of light to mark the surface of the plastic. This precise technique produces only high-quality and easily readable marks that last much longer than traditional methods such as printing or handwriting. Moreover, this method is also more environmentally friendly.

Why are “tagging” and “engraving” two different terms?

There are various linguistic variations in English that describe the same concept. However, both describe the process of marking a product with a laser.

Can laser engraving be performed on plastic?

If you are looking for a way to highlight your products, consider laser engraving. Laser marking is a precise and efficient method that offers designers and manufacturers great flexibility to create designs on any type of plastic product, ensuring high-quality results.

Accurate marking and identification of parts are critical for any business. The innovation of laser marking represents one of the most versatile advances in the field of engraving.

Laser marking of plastics is an art. The process is delicate and requires careful precision to achieve accurate and distinctive results. Combining factors such as power, frequency, and scanning speed to generate the correct amount of heat on the surface of the plastic requires high-level skills.

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