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What are you looking to have made? Big or small orders, we welcome them all.

FAQ

Yes! Whether it is a special nickname, a favorite movie, obsessive hobby, or a memorable moment in your life, we can design a unique piece just for you.

Nope. If all you want is one, that is totally fine. With all custom orders, there will be an engraving and artwork fee applied which is $65/hour as well as the product cost.

Not at this time, sorry. Currently, we can only ship to the continental United States.

Laser engraving is a technique that uses a laser to remove or mark the surface of a material, creating a visible design or inscription. It is a precise and versatile method commonly used for various applications such as personalization, branding, and artistic expression. Here's how laser engraving typically works:

  1. Laser System: Laser engraving involves the use of a laser system, which consists of a laser beam source, mirrors, lenses, and a controller. The laser beam is directed onto the material's surface through a series of mirrors and focused by lenses.

  2. Material Interaction: When the laser beam interacts with the material, it either removes a layer of the material (engraving) or alters its properties to create a visible contrast (marking). The specific process depends on the type of material being engraved.

  3. Computer-Controlled Precision: Laser engraving is computer-controlled, allowing for precise control over the depth and details of the engraving. Computer-aided design (CAD) software is used to create the digital design or pattern that will be engraved onto the material.

  4. Materials Suitable for Laser Engraving:

    • Wood: Laser engraving is commonly used on wood to create detailed patterns, designs, or text.
    • Metal: Certain metals can be engraved or marked using lasers, resulting in permanent and precise markings.
    • Acrylic: Laser engraving on acrylic produces a clean and polished look, often used for signage or artistic creations.
    • Glass: Laser engraving on glass can create intricate designs or text, leaving a frosted appearance.
    • Plastics, Leather, and More: Many other materials, including plastics, leather, rubber, and some types of stone, can be laser engraved.
  5. Applications:

    • Personalization: Laser engraving is commonly used for personalizing items such as awards, gifts, and promotional products.
    • Industrial Marking: It is employed for marking serial numbers, barcodes, and other identification information on industrial components.
    • Art and Decor: Artists and designers use laser engraving to create detailed and intricate patterns on various materials.
    • Branding: Businesses use laser engraving to add logos, names, or other branding elements to products.

Laser engraving is valued for its precision, speed, and ability to work with a variety of materials. It has become a popular method in industries ranging from manufacturing to crafts and arts due to its versatility and efficiency.

© 2024 Willow Spring Lane, LLC. Woman Owned Business. Handcrafted goods & unique gifts by Erin and Darren Fox. The seller of the products shown have no relationship to, or affiliation with, Stanley, YETI, or any other consumer brand. The items for sale are products that have been modified after purchase by a third-party entity. Any warranties offered by the product manufacturer are not covered after custom engraving.

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