Trophy Engraving

With the Rayjet you can engrave images and text onto awards, trophies and other signs of recognition made of many different materials. Medals made of metal, glass trophies and plastic trophy plates; no matter what material you want to mark, with the Rayjet you are ideally equipped.

Which materials can be engraved with the Rayjet laser?

With the Rayjet you can engrave a wide variety of materials. Glass, wood, plastics, stone and metal are the materials most commonly used for trophy and award engraving. Paper and textiles can also be engraved or even cut with the Rayjet laser.

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Mark trophies at top speed

The great advantage of laser engraving is the speed of the process. With the Rayjet you can send texts and graphics to the laser with a single click and start engraving. You do not need any templates or jigs. In comparison to other markers, you can greatly reduce your production times with the Rayjet laser engraver. For more information on trophy engraving please contact us.

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Minimal maintenance requirements

​Laser cutting and marking is an entirely non-contact process, which causes no mechanical wear and tear on the laser device and ensures that the Rayjet has a long operational lifetime. You only need to occasionally clean the Rayjet's focus lens, other than that no maintenance is required.

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How does the Rayjet laser engraver work?

​The Rayjet works in a similar way to an office printer. Send your engraving file directly from your usual graphics program to the laser. As soon as you have selected the type of material, you can start the laser engraving process. More information about the Rayjet laser can be found on the product page.

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​Do you have any questions regarding the Rayjet laser cutter? Then get in touch with us. We are happy to discuss your requirements with you. If you are interested, we will also prepare a customized quote for you.

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Range of Materials

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