OUR DIFFERENT INDUSTRIAL MARKING TECHNIQUESEtilux offers you different industrial marking techniques to meet your expectations in terms of signage, identification, etc.
Among the proposed marking techniques:
- mechanical engraving
- chemical engraving
- laser marking
- Printed media
- Screen printing
- Digital printing
MECHANICAL ENGRAVINGMechanical engraving is a very common marking technique for small quantities. This technique consists in digging the material with a milling cutter (steel, copper, ....) in order to engrave your logos, texts, pictograms, ... in hollow or in relief.
- indelible and unalterable engraving
- economical for engraving in small quantities
- Possibility of coloring
- Effect of hollow or relief
- Stainless steel
CHEMICAL ENGRAVINGChemical etching generated by acid or alkaline baths allows for the unalterable marking in hollow or relief with a depth of 0.05 to 0.2 mm.
- Consistent durability and quality
- Very high accuracy of the plots
- Marking of fixed or variable data or variable data
- Marking without contact with the object
- Marking on fixed objects
- Stainless steel
- Cast iron
- Printed circuit boards
ANODIZATIONAnodizing is a marking technique based on the principle of electrolysis (10 to 15µ). After protection by silk-screen printing of the areas to be preserved in relief, the material is chemically attacked by the principle of electrolysis.
- offers to the support a resistance to wear, corrosion and heat
- good color rendering
EMBOSSAGEEmbossing is a marking technique allowing the embossing of texts, logos,... by cold deformation of the material.
CUTTINGThe cutting allows the cutting of materials of small or large thicknesses without deformation or burr.
- Cutting different thicknesses
- No deformation or burr
- Realization of complex shapes possible
SERIGRAPHYScreen printing is a printing technique that could be compared to the principle of stencilling.
It consists of creating a negative of a motif on a screen and transferring this motif onto a flat support. The printed pattern is then covered with a protective varnish. This technique is not suitable for very precise prints.
- Quality and colorfastnessin time
- Economical for large quantitiesin large quantities
- Suitable formany media
- Pantone and RAL colors
DIGITAL PRINTINGDigital printing is a technique that allows printing on a wide variety of media in photo quality.
- Printing for interior or exterior
- Photo quality
- Large format printing