Laser frosting is commonly used on metals and results in a bright white mark.
- Marks created with laser frosting require minimal surface penetration
- Frosting can be combined with other techniques to create high-contrast results
Laser frosting creates a bright white mark on various metals and carbide with minimal surface penetration. By moving the laser at a high rate of scan speed, a very light surface disruption is created, resulting in the bright white contrast. Frosting works especially well on aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and carbide. Frosting can also be combined with annealed or burned marks to create a high-contrast white background with dark marks over the top.
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Our experience and tools allow us to create a variety of marks on many types of materials. Learn more about frosting different materials here.
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