This is an example of one type of metal engraving that we do at LCI. This is a decorative piece that we do for high end trombone companies. From logos to serial numbers, diamond scratch engraving is a perfect solution.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Do I need to supply LCI with a cad file for metal engraving?
A: A cad file is helpful if you have one but it is not necessary. Our design team can work with you to turn your idea into a finished product.
2. What format files do you work with?
A: Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, SolidWorks and most other common formats.
3. What information do I need to get a quote?
A: Size of part you need cut, Type of Material, Thickness of Material and Color. If you don’t know any of this info, we can guide you.
4. Does LCI send a proof before producing metal engraving?
A: We always e-mail a proof for your review before running any parts or products.
5. Can LCI produce metal engraving samples before running large orders?
A: Yes! We can make a production sample before large production runs at a small charge.
6: Is a UV Flatbed Acrylic Print durable?
A: Yes. Our inks will not scratch off acrylics.
7: Is metal engraving expensive?
A: It depends on the project. The more engraving time the higher the cost.
Need a Quote on a Project?
Either give us a call or e-mail us at the address listed below. We understand that our customers need quick turn around times and our team responds quickly to quote requests to help you with a solution. From pencil sketch to cad file, we can work with just about any file format to make your request into a finished success. All trademarks shown are the property of their respective owners.
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An absolute pleasure to work with. Provides honest, hard work and is willing to go the extra mile to insure that the customer gets exactly what they want. — Ian Evans
Laser Cutting, Inc performed work for me for nearly 15 years. They are customer focused and very easy to work with. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. — Ron Meyers