High-quality personalization of rings, necklaces and bracelets. Laser engraving jewelry made of stainless steel, titanium, gold, silver, acrylic, leather.
How to combine traditional jewelry craft with the modern laser tool.
A large number of different materials are used in jewelry making nowadays such as stainless steel, anodized aluminum, titanium, gold, brass or high-quality plastics like acrylic.
Laser technology allows you to implement creative designs on numerous fashion accessories. Be it the classic engraving of rings and other gold or silver jewelry or to enhance bracelets, necklaces or watches with an individual engraving: With a laser engraving machine, you can individually engrave pieces of jewelry – regardless of the shapes or materials you want to use. Functional markings, patterns, textures, personalizations and even photo engravings can be implemented.
Why a laser machine for jewelry engraving makes sense. A comparison of technologies.
What can be done.
How to make money with jewelry engraving.
Accurately calculate the prices for your personalized jewelry. These examples give an initial insight into purchase and sales prices. Good to know: The engraving costs include the operating costs of the machine, depreciation, personnel costs for file processing and machine use.
Which laser is needed for the personalization of jewelry
The laser engravers and cutters of the Speedy series are the right choice for jewelry engraving. Achieve clearly legible results and a consistent engraving image in the shortest possible time, even with the smallest laser engravings. The patented CeramiCore® laser source technology impresses with its quality and longevity.
What our customers say.
"Trotec Materials are used frequently in Integrity Laser's gift business. The ease of processing Trotec’s wood and signage materials is unmatched. The quality is always consistent permitting us to process a stack of materials without continuously having to adjust the parameters in JobControl."
“I used to make all our leather bracelets by hand. You can only imagine how long it took. Now I’ve programmed the bracelets into the machine because I’ve sold so many and I keep running out of stock. What my machine can do never ceases to amaze me.”
"Investing in new machines, software and personnel is the key to keeping up with customers' requirements. Fortunately, we can usually meet all customer requirements, partly thanks to the two laser machines that we have."