2D Laser Engraving Service in Chennai

2D Laser Engraving Service in Chennai

2D Laser engraving Service in Chennai–Royal Tech Engineering gives a prominent service of top-quality 2D Laser Engraving Service in Chennai.

2D Laser Engraving Service in Chennai – Royal Tech Engineering is an reputed company that for over 25+ years offers solutions for Laser marking and laser engraving.
Focused on Design, manufacture, sale, and servicing of Laser marking machines, laser cutting, and engraving, sources YAG-CO2-FIBER. Construction of machines and automatic lines with the integration of vision systems and reading data matrix.

Royal Tech Engineering has designed and built custom-built solutions for the jewelry and precious metals industries.
Everything is designed, engineered, and manufactured at the factory in Chennai.
Flexibility in adapting products to customer needs, ability to design and manufacture servo and auxiliary systems or special machines, the efficiency of technical assistance, are just some of the characteristics that have characterized us so far and with which we continue to build our future day by day.


“A fantastic company to work with, friendly and helpful customer service. Thanks to Royal Tech Engineering.

This was my first laser making experience and they went the extra mile to advise me on the best options for my project. Really fast turnaround and delivered well ahead of schedule!

Quality is great, will definitely recommend Royal Tech Engg. Laser Cutting to others in the future.

“They arrived today and they’re PERFECT! I love them and I’m delighted that I’ve found you and will be in touch soon for a set of new shapes too.”

We have a verities of 2d Laser engravings:

2d laser engraving, 2d barcode laser marking, 2d engraving, 2d laser marking machine, 2d engraving machine, 2d laser engraving machine, 2d laser etching and 2d barcode laser etching

2D Laser Cutting Applications on Metals & Woods: Laser High & Low Power Cutting

A 2D laser is a semiconductor device similar to a light-emitting in which a diode pumped directly with electrical current can create lasing conditions at the diode’s junction.

Driven by voltage, the doped p–n-transition allows for recombination of an electron with a hole. Due to the drop of the electron from a higher energy level to a lower one, radiation, in the form of an emitted photon is generated. This is spontaneous emission. Stimulated emission can be produced when the process is continued and further generates light with the same phase, coherence and wavelength.

The choice of the semiconductor material determines the wavelength of the emitted beam, which in today’s laser diodes range from infrared to the ultraviolet (UV) spectrum.

2D Laser are the most common type of lasers produced, with a wide range of uses that include fiber optic communications, barcode readers, laser pointers, CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc reading/recording, laser printing, laser scanning and light beam illumination. With the use of a phosphor like that found on white LEDs, laser diodes can be used for general illumination.


Laser marking can mark a variety of materials such as steel, aluminum, stainless steel, polymers, and rubber.

In simplest terms, laser marking is a permanent process that uses a beam of concentrated light to create a lasting mark on a surface. Typically performed with a fiber, pulsed, continuous wave, green, or UV laser machine, laser marking encompasses a wide variety of applications.

The laser cutting costs are based on the time your file takes to cut in the laser.

When it comes to deep engraving, the depth can easily reach a few millimeters into metals.

Laser marking machines have always been considered very fast devices at various marking speeds, but they also have limitations. The theoretical speed of the manufacturer is 9000mm/s, and some marking opportunities are lower than this speed, about 7000mm/s.

Soft metals such as copper, brass and aluminium are more prone to engraving fading than harder metals such as stainless steel and other materials. For glass engraving, the quality of the glass will affect longevity.

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