The first demonstration took place on a flatbed laser with a maximum bed size of 140cm x 90cm. Used widely for automotive and packaging applications, this machine is capable of etching acrylic and foam, while an MDF aeroplane model was cut and marked during the visit itself.
The second machine in Thinklaser’s portfolio allows for bespoke customisation of individual components, thanks to its enhanced pre-programming feature. Commonly used to etch medical bracelets and pendants, this machine is invaluable when it comes to producing unique engravings quickly and easily. Thinklaser are no strangers to working with stainless steel, with a wide range of additional metals such as anodised aluminium also catered for.
In addition to the medical, packaging and automotive industries, Thinklaser works for household names within the aerospace industry, as well as marking and engraving a number of well-known consumer products. There really is no limit to the scope of work undertaken by Thinklaser, including small volume and large production batches of plastic, foam, wood, metal, card, slate, glass, rubber and ceramic items
When it comes to the required designs, Thinklaser commonly engraves or marks traceability information, bar/QR codes, lot numbers, logos and company branding, although most engravings and markings can be accommodated. They also offer design assistance if needed, resulting in a service that matches their clients’ requirements.