Adding customised engravings and marks on jewelry items is not a new thing. Ever since men and women started wearing jewelry, having detailed engravings on them have always given them that ‘oomph’ – that visual appeal that’s difficult to describe. Back in the day, these engravings were painstakingly handmade by artisans. Although these artisans were very skilled and the designs they made were undoubtedly beautiful, it can’t be denied that this was a prolonged and inefficient process.
Modern pieces of technology such as the jewelry laser engraving machine have given jewelry makers the ability to make highly customised and personalised marks and engravings on various pieces of jewelry. This is a highly in-demand feature of modern jewelry making, as customers nowadays are obsessed with treating their jewelry as their personalised pieces.
What materials can be used with jewelry laser engraving?
A jewelry laser engraving machine can work with a multitude of common metals used in jewelry – gold, silver, platinum, brass, or any kind of alloy. It can also be used for less traditional materials such as tungsten carbide, titanium, or palladium. There is a very long list of possible applications of laser engraving including rings, bracelets, lockets, watches, spectacles, eyeglass cases, earrings, belt buckles, and keychains.