Laser engraved
wedding glass

This tutorial shows you how to enhance the appearance of simple glasses with an individual engraving for weddings and other special events.

unique glasses engraved with a trotec laser

Preparation

Required material
  • rotary attachment
  • champagne glass
  • paper towel
  • a sponge or a spray and some water
Trotec laser used
  • Speedy 300
  • 80 watts
  • 2.0 inch lens
Tip

Use a 2 inch lens instead of a 1.5 inch lens to prevent cracking in the glass.

Wedding Glass

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PDF

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Step by step

Step 1

Step 1: Mount the rotary attachment

To mount the rotary attachment and plug it in, the laser has to be switched of. After that you can switch on the laser and put the prepared glass into the rotary attachment.

Step 2

Step 2: Prepare the glass

To prepare the glass you will need a paper towel, some water and a sponge or a spray. To prevent splintering of the glass, apply a paper towel on the surface and moisten it. The easiest way to this, is using a sponge or a spray. Pay attention that there are no air inclusions or wrinkles in order to get a perfect result.

Step 3

Step 3: Put the glass into the rotary attachment

Put your prepared glass into the rotary attachment and make sure, that it is firmly attached. If your glass is conical, adjust the inclination angle until the surface you want to engrave is in a parallel position.

Step 4

Step 4: Engrave your glass

Import the PDF file into Corel Draw, customize it as you want to or take your own design and send it to the laser. Make sure that you have activated the rotary attachment and entered the diameter of the glass in the properties dialog (see screenshot in the slideshow above).

Used engraving parameters:

Power: 100% - Speed: 60% - Frequency: 500 ppi - Air Assist: OFF

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