Laser marking and engraving of metals
Everything you need to know about marking steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass or titanium. How permanent laser engraving works without consumables.
How you can use a laser machine to
mark and engrave metals.
With laser machines, soft metals such as aluminum or hard metals or alloys such as steel can be marked permanently, easily and quickly. The applications range from labeling for traceability to the personalization of promotional items.
The contactless marking process, without consumables or tool wear, ensures the lowest costs per marking. With steel alloys, it’s even possible to produce corrosion-resistant laser markings without damaging the surface of the metal using so-called annealing marking.
Which metals are suitable for laser marking and engraving metals?
- Anodized aluminum
- Stainless steel
- Natural aluminum
- Coated metals
- Precious metals
What are the advantages of a laser machine for processing metal? A comparison of technologies.
What you can do with metals and a Trotec laser machine.
What our customers say about laser marking anodized aluminum with Trotec laser machines.
“The marking ability and quality of the Trotec laser machine were definite selection criteria for our application. The great cooperation and support from the Trotec specialists won us over and significantly contributed to the success of our company.”
“The Trotec laser marking machine has been very well received by our staff. In the last 26 years I’ve never known a new machine to be ‘adopted’ so quickly and positively."
Which metals we recommend for laser marking:
Which laser machine do you need to mark and engrave metals?
High-performance laser engraver and cutter: Speedy series
The fastest laser engraver on the market helps you make your daily work more profitable. Whether you are just starting your business or want to increase your production capacity.
Automated laser marking machines: SpeedMarker series
The SpeedMarker series laser markers supports automation processes through productive and automated marking. Individual components as well as large batches can be marked for full traceability, brand communication or functional marking.