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Laser Engraving Service


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Laser engraving can be used for various purposes, from personalizing items to creating signage. So, is this technology essential for businesses? Yes! If you want to use promotional items for marketing your business, this technology can help. Or you want to sell customized products; you need to contact us for laser engraving services.

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Why Choose Laser Engraving

Laser engraving offers many advantages over traditional methods, such as hand engraving or stamping. Laser engraving is faster, more precise, and can produce intricate designs and patterns with much greater detail than traditional methods. 

Additionally, the process suits a variety of materials, including wood, plastic, metal, glass, and paper.
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Why Choose Mut Shipping Customs

We know choosing the right laser engraving provider for your project is important. We are a company with experience and years of work that offer laser engraving services in the industry. Our price is affordable, and we provide quality services with modern laser technologies. Get in touch today!

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The Benefits of Laser Engraving

This process has many advantages over traditional engraving methods such as sandblasting, chemical etching, or hand engraving. Here are some of the benefits of laser engraving: 


Laser engraving provides highly precise results, ensuring the exact shape and size of your desired custom design is achieved.


Laser engraving is a much faster process than traditional engraving methods, meaning you can get your project done quickly and efficiently.


Laser engraving machines allow for great flexibility in terms of design options, with the ability to use any type of engravable material in any size and shape you need.


Laser engraving is an affordable option compared to other types of engraving methods. Plus, because it is such a fast process, you can save even more on labor costs.


Engraved items produced through laser engraving will last for many years without fading or wearing away. This ensures that your designs stay intact for a long time, providing a lasting impression.


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Materials For Laser Engraving

Do you want to hire us for laser engraved services? Luckily, we work on different materials for different purposes. Consider hiring us to laser engrave when dealing with these materials:


Laser engraving on wood is a popular choice for both hobbyists and professional engravers alike. Hardwoods such as cherry, maple, oak, and mahogany are popular for elegant-looking pieces such as cutting boards, signs, and gift boxes. Softwoods such as pine and plywood can also be used for these projects and can produce beautiful results with the right settings.


Laser engraving on stone is a great way to create long-lasting memorials and keepsakes. Granite, marble, soapstone, and slate are some of the most common stones we use for engraving. However, other materials, such as quartz, bluestone, and alabaster, can also work well.


Metals are among the most popular materials for laser engraving. This is because they can be marked with incredible detail and clarity. Steel, aluminum, brass, and copper are all popular choices for laser engraving projects.


Laser engraving on glass has grown in popularity recently due to its unique look. Glass can be used to create personalized keepsakes, trophies, awards, and even decorative pieces. That is why we help businesses that want unique promotional designs.


Laser engraving on plastic is an excellent option for customizing items like small electronics, plastic cases, packaging, and more. Acrylic, ABS, PVC, and nylon are all commonly used plastics that can be laser engraved easily.

Cardboard and Chipboard

Laser engraving on cardboard is becoming more popular for creating logos, labels, and decorative pieces on boxes and packaging. Custom chipboard and cardboard are some of the most commonly used materials for laser-engraved packaging.

Types of Laser Engraving

When it comes to laser technology, a few different types of lasers are used. The type of laser used will depend on the kind of material being engraved and the desired finish, such as qr codes. 

The three most common types of lasers used for engraving are etching, deep laser engraving, and laser ablation. 


Laser etching is a relatively quick process and uses a low-powered laser. Fiber lasers beam creates a shallow but highly detailed etching that can be very intricate in appearance. 

Deep laser engraving

Deep laser engraving is more powerful than etching and produces a deeper mark in the material. This method is often used for engraving complex designs and for engraving onto harder materials such as metals. 

Laser ablation

Laser ablation is the most powerful type of laser engraving. This method uses high-powered lasers to vaporize material to create highly detailed images. Laser ablation is often used for creating logos, text, and other intricate designs.
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We Help You Do Laser Engraving Right

Choosing the right laser engraving service provider for your project is important to ensure that you get quality results. At Mut Shipping Customs, we have the experience, customer service team, and the types of materials you need to get the job done right.


We have years of experience in the industry and can advise you on the right types of materials, how to prepare files, and how get the best results.

Great Customer Service

Our customer support team is easy to work with. We provide top-notch customer service and are happy to walk you through the process and answer your questions. If you are orderin in bulk, it is especially important to work with an experienced partner who can help you avoid mistakes and work off of your plate.


Different providers offer different pricing structures, so ask for quotes before you decide which provider to go with.

Mut Shipping Customs can help you get a quote that fits your budget. Our team has the experience to guide you to materials that can keep your project cost-effective. In many cases, we can also leverage our relationships with materials suppliers to get you pricing that may not be available to the general public.

FAQs: Laser Engraving

Still curious about custom laser engraving? We'll be answering some of the most asked questions about laser engraving so that you can get a better understanding of this fascinating technology. 

What is Laser Engraving?

Laser engraving involves an intense, highly focused beam of light to cut, etch, and mark materials. These include wood, metal, glass, plastics, and paper. It is a precise, detailed process that creates intricate patterns, designs, and images on any surface.

The laser engraving process uses a beam of light to vaporize or remove layers of the material being engraved. This can be done at very precise levels to create intricate details and complex designs. The process requires skill and knowledge to get the best results.

Laser engraving is perfect for etching your logo on branded accessories like notebooks, phone cases, and business card cases.

What's the process of laser engraving?

The laser engraving process typically involves first preparing the material to be engraved. This can involve sanding or polishing the material to ensure it is smooth and ready for the laser. 

Once the material is ready, the desired design is created using specialized software and sent to the laser machine. The laser then follows the path of the design on the material, creating an intricate pattern or design with extreme precision.

Will laser engraving wear off?

The answer depends mainly on the engraved material and the care taken to preserve it. Generally speaking, laser engraving is a permanent marking method, meaning the engraving will not wear off. 

However, if exposed to certain environmental conditions, certain materials may be susceptible to fading or wearing away over time. 

For instance, harsh elements such as corrosion, oxidation, and abrasion can affect laser engraving on metal. If you want to maintain the longevity of the engraving, it is important to take steps to protect the metal from further wear. This could include applying a clear coat to protect against corrosion or a sealant against oxidation.

On the other hand, laser engraving on wood is much less likely to fade or wear off over time. Wood is naturally more resistant to the elements than metals and plastics. So the engraving will stay intact with little to no maintenance required.

Laser engraving is perfect for keepsakes like awards and trophies.

How much does engraving typically cost?

The cost of laser engraving varies depending on the size and complexity of the project. The cost of laser engraving also depends on the type of material being engraved. This is because some materials are more challenging to work with than others. Generally, prices per piece will go up with the complexity of the design, how detailed it is, and how much time it will take to complete. If you're working with a tight budget, speak with us in advance to get an accurate quote.

What materials can be engraved?

Laser engraving is a versatile tool with many possible materials to engrave. From hard and soft woods to stone, metal, glass, plastic, a wide variety of potential projects with a laser engraver is available.

Can you custom laser engraver special objects?

Yes! if you have something out of the ordinary you want to laser engrave please let us know. in many cases we can laser engrave odd shape objects like spheres and wine bottles.