Precision Engraving and Cutting Services

NEW! - Now Offering Two Types of Engraving & Cutting Services

Utilizing our CO2 laser and CNC Router machines, Veteran Crafted has the capability to engrave, etch, mark, or cut just about any material you can imagine. From deep engravings to the most delicate marks and everything in between, Veteran Crafted can handle it all with high precision and accuracy.

Laser Engraving & Cutting

Laser Engraving- is a process where the laser beam physically removes the surface of the material to expose a cavity. The laser creates high heat during the engraving process, which essentially causes the material to vaporize. 
Laser Marking- is a process that creates a mark on the surface of a material by utilizing lower power, speeds, and often specific chemicals to create high-contrast detailed marks without damaging the product itself as deep engraving does.
Laser Etching- is a subset of laser engraving and occurs when the intense heat from the beam causes the surface of the material to melt. This causes a raised mark on the surface of the material that can be felt.
Laser Cutting- utilizes a high-power laser beam and computer-controlled movements to cut various materials and thicknesses by heating them to the point that it melts or vaporizes. The extremely small size of the laser beam allows for extreme precision and detail not obtainable by many other methods. 

CNC Router Engraving & Cutting

V-Carving - Possibly the most common method of CNC engraving utilizing a v-shaped tool to precisely engrave fine or deep details into many different materials. It's typically used in sign making, plaques, Flag union stars, and other intricate 2D and 3D carvings just to name a few.
2D & 3D Carving - The CNC router is capable of carving and engraving various repeatable 3D parts and designs in many different materials. A more complicated and time-consuming process that utilizes several different bits and tool paths.
Drag Bit Engraving  - Is the process of using a spring-loaded diamond-tipped drag bit to carve or score fine lines for detailed lettering, logos, plaques, awards, and other intricate designs.
CNC Cutting - Or “Milling” is a machining process that utilizes a computer to control the movements of a rotary cutting tool. This gives us the ability to cut identical parts and projects repeatedly from various materials ranging from wood to metal.

Examples of Laser Engraved Products

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