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6% OFF code "MONPORT" on all laser engravers
6% OFF code "MONPORT" on all laser engravers

Metal is an important material, which is used everywhere in our lives.

Monport Fiber laser machines are powerful metal laser engraver for making and engraving all kinds of metals.

Using monport fiber laser machines, you can make trademarks, bar codes, and numbers on metal products.

Open your imagination and let's start the journey of metal laser engraving!

There are several types of metal that work well with laser engravers

  • Stainless Steel

  • Aluminum

  • Anodized aluminum

  • Hardened metals

  • Alloyed steel

  • High-speed steels

  • Titanium, titanium alloys

  • Brass

  • Copper

  • Precious metals (e.g. silver, gold)

  • Coated metals
How to engrave/mark metal?   

How to engrave/mark metal?   


MATERIAL: One piece of the stainless steel


  • Marking speed: 100-200mm/s
  • Marking power: 50%—70%  

Here are some specific applications

Here are some specific applications

  • Metal logos

  • Jewels

  • Key fobs

  • Nameplates

  • Personalized gifts

Here are some of genius Monport users' creations

Monportlaser@Sammy G.

Monportlaser@Caleb K.

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