Laser Engraving

The best way to make any object special is to engrave it with a laser. Take a generic water flask, engrave it with your last name, and suddenly it becomes a unique piece of family memorabilia, worthy to pass on to upcoming generations. 

This method allows you to carve out even the smallest details on a given object, something that is impossible with other technological solutions. The laser burns out the surface of the item, producing a clean-cut image that will last for ages, and bring joy to its owner. People crave originality, and laser engraving is the fastest, cheapest way to owning a one of a kind object. We can carve out any desired image on metal, wood, leather, glass, plastic, stone surfaces, and even on certain food items!


In the old days metal engraving used to be a long and daunting task that could only be accomplished by the best craftsmen. Nowadays it’s only a matter of minutes until you can enjoy a freshly carved symbol on your new golden ring. Modern lasers are powerful enough to pierce through any given metal surface: gold, silver, bronze, steel, aluminium, etc. Different laser settings can even produce colors that are unique to a particular alloy or surface. We specialize in engraving cutlery, tools, wedding rings, padlocks, lighters, pens, cups, trophies and various other accessories.


There is something special about carved wooden surfaces. You get that feeling of holding something pure, natural, fragrant, and yet completely personal. Imagine having a hunting rifle or cigar box, still smelling of oak or pine, but decorated with the initials with your own name. The laser lightly burns off the surface of the wood, leaving a polished and satisfying look, clear letters and shapes, usually reflected through a spectrum of brownish colors. Now you have the chance to bring your next gift to a whole new level – leave a sign, a symbol, a greeting, or any other mark that will make your gift feel timeless.


Glass surface engraving is a craft that requires both patience and skill. Glass is an extremely brittle material that doesn’t always respond very well to engraving. However, if done correctly and using quality glass, you’ll end up having a very subtle piece of art. The laser beam causes micro-explosions on the surface, which results in a distinctive frosty finish, typically found on bottles, vases, cups, trophies and other similar objects. Fragile in nature, yet astonishing when engraved.


Leather has definitely stood the test of time. Nowadays humans value leather just as much as people did centuries ago – maybe even more, since natural resources are slowly being replaced by synthetic materials. Leather is sturdy, flexible, soft to the touch and extremely malleable, which means that it’s easy to manipulate with lasers. Depending on the type of leather, finished engravings can range anywhere from light to dark finishes, giving the impression as if somebody was writing on it. Leather is astonishing on its own, but the world is all about personalization – why not make your jacket, bracelet or wallet even more special?


One might think it’s crazy to even think of engraving paper with lasers. Seriously, shouldn’t it fall apart from the slightest touch of a laser beam? Calm down. You can rest assured that paper will not only survive laser treatment, but it will look a lot better afterwards. We can engrave any type of paper, whether it’s a thick piece of cardboard or a delicate sheet of thin paper from the Bible. Laser engraving is mostly used for decorating birthday cards, business cards, invitations, envelopes or books.


Plastic is another material that goes extremely well with lasers – and it’s a lot cheaper than wood, glass or metal, so no wonder people use it as a substitute. The most popular examples of plastic engraving include electric plugs, keyboards, tools, packaging, car parts and various casings. Most of these objects have logos, codes and serial numbers, and lasers are perfect for carving out small letters even in weird angles. You can engrave just about any type of plastic surface, however, results may vary depending on ingredients, color and chemical composition.

Deep engraving

The difference between deep and regular engraving is depth, meaning that deeper cuts will result in much more distinctive and impressive patterns. Basically, you end up having with what looks like a smooth deep-carved wooden painting. Such engraving methods are often applied on various luxury items, such as watches, or even guns. We can engrave just about any surface – in any case, using our method you’ll end up having a sleek, polished and long-lasting engravings.


Sometimes you have to get a little creative if you want to really surprise your family, friends or colleagues. Laser engraving is exciting as it is, but how about taking things a little further and using non-traditional surfaces? For example, you could be decorating pumpkins, watermelons, coconuts or even pineapples. Some supermarkets have even experimented with engraving barcodes directly on fruit and vegetables, thus making them scannable and saving money on paper. If you don’t feel like engraving produce, we suggest livening up ceramic coffee mugs, or even stamping the first brick that goes into your house!