Etilux offers you different industrial marking techniques to meet your expectations in terms of signage, identification, etc.
Among the proposed marking techniques:
  • Engraving
    • mechanical engraving
    • chemical engraving
    • laser marking
  • Anodizing
  • Embossing
  • Cutting
  • Printed media
    • Screen printing
    • Digital printing
It will be possible to find solutions for internal and external use, resistant to different aggressions (climate, temperatures, chemicals, etc.)



Mechanical 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.

The advantages:
  • indelible and unalterable engraving
  • economical for engraving in small quantities
  • Possibility of coloring
  • Effect of hollow or relief
The supports
  • Metal
  • Plexiglas
  • Stainless steel
  • Copper
  • Brass


Chemical 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.

The benefits:
  • 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
The supports
  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Stainless steel
  • Steel
  • Brass
  • Aluminium
  • Cast iron
  • Ceramic
  • Printed circuit boards
  • Etc


Anodizing 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.

The advantages:
  • offers to the support a resistance to wear, corrosion and heat
  • good color rendering
The supports
  • Aluminum


Embossing is a marking technique allowing the embossing of texts, logos,... by cold deformation of the material.


The cutting allows the cutting of materials of small or large thicknesses without deformation or burr.

The advantages:
  • Cutting different thicknesses
  • No deformation or burr
  • Realization of complex shapes possible
  • Precision



Screen 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.

The advantages:
  • Quality and colorfastnessin time
  • Economical for large quantitiesin large quantities
  • Suitable formany media
  • Pantone and RAL colors
The supports
  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Wood
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Glass
  • Textile


Digital printing is a technique that allows printing on a wide variety of media in photo quality.

The advantages:
  • Printing for interior or exterior
  • Photo quality
  • Large format printing