Laser marking is a marking method that uses a high-energy-density laser to locally illuminate a workpiece, causing a chemical reaction of the surface material to vaporize or undergo a color change, thereby leaving a permanent mark.
|Thickness||Common 0.8 - 2 mm|
|Material||Commonly used are Stainless steel or iron|
|Size||Customized according to client's drawings|
|Lead Time||Sample: 2 - 3 days. Bulk order: 10 - 13 days.|
|Color||Light, middle or deep|