Here are some of our most frequently asked questions.
There is a wide variety of wood that can be used for laser engraving. Some of the most popular types of wood include:
Each type of wood has its own unique grain pattern and color, which can add to the overall beauty of the finished product.
At our wood laser engraving studio, we use the latest technology to engrave your designs into wood without burning it. We have unique settings on the machines based on depth and type of wood required for the part.
The wood engraving process can be done on both raw wood and stained wood. If you are planning to stain the wood after engraving, it is best to do a test on a small piece of wood first to ensure that the wood stain does not affect the quality of the engraving. It is also important to remember that the wood stain will darken the wood, so your engraving will be less visible. If you are planning to laser engrave a design onto stained wood, it is best to use a lighter color wood stain so that the contrast is not too drastic.
When engraving wood that has been finished, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, the finish itself may affect the engraving. It’s important to test on an inconspicuous area first to see how the wood and finish react. Second, the color of the wood underneath the finish may show through in the engraved area. This is something to keep in mind when choosing your design.