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Laser engraving is a permanent solution that could act as a theft deterrent while also offering professional brand identity. In the 21st century, there are leaders in the market when it comes to mobile devices. What this also means is that there are millions of people out there with the same device as yourself, often this applies to people in the same room as you. There’s a multitude of ways to protect your property and confirm your identity...
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There are many advantages to laser welding in 2018 and it is becoming more prominently used. What is laser welding? Laser welding joins metals and thermoplastics together. The heat source of a laser provides a concentrated heat flow, which allows for narrow, deep welds at high welding rates. This way of welding has many benefits to businesses. The automotive and medical industry prefer this technique because it can join miniature components with precision. What are the benefits of...
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The popularity of laser engraving has continued to climb continuously year after year and with good reason. Did you know that over 47% of all personalised gifts and items are done with a laser engraving machine? In this article, we look to explore just exactly why laser engraving services are becoming increasingly popular. Emotions are on the up In our modern society, more and more people have begun to open up about their emotions. What exactly does this...
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You’d be right to assume that laser engraving can look tacky but when it’s done right it can completely transform a business. Did you know that there are more uses for a laser engraver than to engrave a cool pattern into a piece of wood? In this blog, I look to identify what industries use laser engravers to their advantage and how they make it look professional.   First of all, we need to identify what a laser...
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As technology continues to advance we take a look at the differences between conventional welding versus laser welding. Conventional Welding TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) Welding and MIG (Metal Inert Gas) Welding, the two most common forms of conventional welding, work by using a shielding gas to create an inert atmosphere around the welding head. This inert atmosphere allows the welds to be isolated from other gases in the surrounding area which helps to stop the welds from becoming...
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With our services being in a wide range of industries including: Automotives and Classic Car repairs, Aerospace, Tool Makers, Blow moulding, Dentistry/Medical, Railways and many more.