Some business owners use lasers for their exceptional ability to personalize projects. There are endless possibilities for laser engravers when using a combination of the laser, creativity, and expertise. One such person, Allen Rockwell, uses an AutoCAD to design miniatures and a Versalaser which performs the laser cutting and engraving part of the job. Charles Stanley runs a part-time business focused on laser engraving for jewelry and awards. He uses a Trotec Rayjet laser engraver, which took no more than 12 minutes to complete the engraving of a lake map project. Ultimately, lasers are a great tool that can be used to personalize a wide selection of products.
- Frank’s customers began asking for different memorial designs, which has lead to more personalization.
- Lake MarKing of Michigan made sun-catchers by hand with a scroll saw, but soon switched to a laser for more detailed work.
- Allen Rockwell’s company makes war-game miniatures and sells laser cut kits that customers can assemble themselves.
“Frank O’Donnell, owner of Laser Impressions UK, Stafford, Staffordshire, UK, started his laser enterprise in Sept. 2016.”