Laser Cube Laser Cube with ONE COMPANY as an example
Laser Cube with customer logo
everyone knows them - 40-tonner trucks with the driver's name in the windshield. Here engraved on an acrylic glass panel (thickness 8 mm) including 12 V LEDs - powered by the on-board power-supply - lighted through the edge.
Behind every business are great people. Creative minds with vision and commitment.
Application of the sub-surface engraving technique
Our CNC-controlled laser machines create 2- or 3-dimensional structures inside of glass objects without damaging their surface. These "sub-surface engravings" suit ornamental designs inside of flat glass or glass objects, but also the industrial product branding. The appearance of a plane engraving is similar to a matted glass. Contrary to etching, sandblasting or grinding the sub-surface eingraving is impervious to soiling due to the undamaged surface.
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This technology allows translucent materials, such as glass and plastic, to be engraved within their interior area by means of optical laser points. The outer surfaces remain undamaged during the engraving process. The optical laser engraving is contained within the object and consequently, is protected against all outside influences. This technique enables visualization and creation of both two- and three-dimensional designs within the object.