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Laser Marking is the process of applying a specialized laser paste to untreated metals such as brass, aluminium and stainless steel and then engraving onto the paste. The compound reacts with the heat of the laser beam and then burns the image / text onto the surface.
Laser engraving is the process of using focused light (the beam of the laser) to burn away at materials leaving the image / text permanently etched into the material. Materials generally used for laser engraving is: Plexiglas, Rowmark, Wood, MDF, leather, paper and any other materials not containing PVC that allow for engraving without catching fire.
Classically, Wood, MDF, Plexiglas, Styrene and other non-PVC containing plastics can, in theory, be laser cut into almost any shape and size the machine can handle.