Laser Etching

Laser Etching

Engrave Fabric With Laser Etching

Laser etching is a process that uses laser technology to engrave or burn a mark into the fabric of a garment. This technique is perfect for apparel. Laser etching on fleece, polyester and micro suede items burns the top layer of the fabric in a darker, tonal mark on the garment. The tone of the mark will vary based on the colour of the fabric. Medium coloured fabrics achieve a more distinguishable design than on dark or light fabrics.

Frequently Asked Laser Engraving Questions

Why use laser engraving for fabric?

Fabric engraving is quickly becoming the go to choice for well established companies and organizations. The process of laser engraving on fabrics offers a clean, precise and professional look.

Is there a minimum order for fabric engraving?

There are no minimums for laser etching fabrics, however there is a set up charge every time the process is implemented so it is best used for large orders of clothing.

How does laser etching work with fabric?

The laser burns the material away from part of the fabric, giving it a 2-tone appearance.

Can I bring in my own clothing?

You can but we recommend using our pre-approved fabric to avoid the potential of the engraving wearing away.

How much does it cost?

Cost will depend on a number of factors including how many shirts you’re looking to get done, the type of shirt, and there is a set up fee for every order placed. For an accurate quote on your laser etched fabric contact us.

What textiles are suitable for laser processing?

  • Cotton
  • Felt
  • Silk
  • Linen
  • Lace
  • Polyester
  • Fleece
  • Softshell
  • Jeans
  • Alcantara
  • Neoprene
  • Leather
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