Ever since people discovered the ability to shape metal years ago, we’ve labeled it craft, customization, or traceability.
Metals are complex: they are made up of conductors, reagents, chemicals, alloys… Whether you are looking for a metal laser or rotary marking machine, the best solution depends on the type of metal you are engraving.
- Aluminum stainless steel
- Anodized aluminum
- Hardened metal
- Alloy steel
- Titanium and titanium alloys
- Precious metals
- Coated metal
Why mark metal?
Metal engraving is used to mark text, logos, photos, numbers and 2D codes and the list is endless. The metal marking industry can range from jewelry to medical, automotive, aviation and energy, just to name a few.
Our laser marking and engraving is non-contact and does not require pre- or post-treatment. The result is a very high definition finish, of course permanent, durable and high contrast markings without damaging the metal.
Rotary engraving uses a drill-like engraving cutter to cut metal. This allows both engraving and cutting (for some metals) and is widely used in all industries from jewelry engraving to control panel cutting.
Direct dot or trace marking of components is done with a tungsten carbide needle that deforms the hollow material through a series of impacts that come into contact with the surface and form the final mark.
OUDI HARDWARE has extensive experience in metal marking and can use his knowledge to find the best metal engraving solution for your needs. There are many types of metals, each of which has its own mechanical solution.