Laser engraving is used to mark into wood surfaces, metal handles, leather knife
sheaths and flashlights. This process uses an intense light beam to permanently
replicate your name, logo or graphic within 1/600th of an inch.
Rotary Engraving with Color Fill
Rotary engraving is used only on Swiss Army knife handles and cannot be used on
metal. The process uses a .005" to .020" wide cutter rotating at 10,000
RPM and cuts with a slight slant or taper.
Diamond engraving is used only on metal surfaces such as stainless steel, nickel-silver
and brass. The process uses a diamond-tip cutter to mark the metal surfaces, allowing
the bright metal to show through.
The electro-acid metal etching process uses acid and a controlled electric current
through an etching master to "mark" knife blades with a design or logo.
Epoxy Pad Printing
Epoxy Pad Printing is the most economical way to imprint smooth plastic handled
knives or plastic display box tops.