The 2nd highest section of the tower incorprates white marking on black anodised aluminium, brass deep engraving and brass colour marking; all combining to make a very striking piece.
The white marks you see within the deep set windows below took just 3 seconds per face (not window) to complete! Watch our video (below right) to see the laser in action.
Brass is a metal alloy of copper and zinc. The material properties of brass include; low melting point, high conductivity, and being highly malleable....
The challenge with engraving brass is high reflectivity and thermal conductivity. The work piece must be perfectly in-focus to achieve good quality results.....READ MORE.
How Laser Engraving Works.
Laser engraving is one of many laser-based processes but is undoubtedly one of the most useful. It is used to leave a clear and visible engraving on a material....READ MORE.
Brass Colour Marking.
Brass is one of the few materials, along with Stainless Steel and Titanium, that can be colour marked and a select few colours can be marked with very high contrast.
As well as a pallet of colours, high contrast black marks can be achieved with great viewing angles....READ MORE.
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