Photo Quality Images
on Real Metal Without Etching,
Engraving, or Adding Chemicals.
What is AlumaMark?
Introduced in 2001, AlumaMark® is the only CO2 laser markable material that produces photo-quality images on real metal without etching, engraving, or adding chemicals.
AlumaMark is specialized aluminum that may be imaged or marked using a CO2 laser. Unique among laserable substrates, AlumaMark allows one to create black, positive marks on silver, gold, bronze, brass, or colored backgrounds. Designed so that it may be marked using low power settings, AlumaMark is used to produce Nameplates, Name Badges, Plaque and Trophy Plates, Labels, Interior Signage, and more.
Because AlumaMark is not etched or engraved, but rather marked through a thermal reaction with the heat of a laser, it is possible to create lighter marks and halftone shades. This makes AlumaMark ideal for creating photograph and detailed artwork reproductions.
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Why Use AlumaMark?
AlumaMark is not another painted metal or metalized plastic. Real metal means higher perceived value and higher profits.
Because AlumaMark uses a thermal marking process rather than an engraving or cutting action, it allows for very high detail and even shades of grey and brown to produce the most striking photo & graphic reproductions! For tips on how to get the best halftone image results, download our How to Create Halftones Guide.
Unlike other metal marking methods, AlumaMark comes ready to mark – no sprays, tapes, or additional processing required, saving you time and ensuring consistent results for every item you make. Plus, AlumaMark can be marked using any CO2 laser, including those from the companies listed below.
When To Use AlumaMark?
The proprietary technology allows you to create a high-quality, high-value product that differentiates your products from the competition. Add AlumaMark to your portfolio to respond quickly to customized and one-of-a-kind applications that are difficult and expensive to produce using alternate methods and materials.
For pricing information, view the AlumaMark Price List.
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