GPI Prototype uses an Epilog laser to engrave or cut an object (if applicable). The technique does not involve tool bits which contact the engraving surface and wear out. This is considered an advantage over alternative engraving technologies where bit heads have to be replaced regularly.
The impact of laser engraving has been more pronounced for specially-designed "laserable" materials. These include polymer and novel metal alloys. However, with the ever evolving technology, GPI can engrave on almost any material.
In situations where physical alteration of a surface by engraving is undesirable, an alternative such as "marking" is available. This is a generic term that covers a broad spectrum of surfacing techniques including printing, hot-branding and laser bonding. In many instances, laser engraving machines are able to do marking that would have been done by other processes.
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|-Direct Metal Laser Sintering Materials
-3D Printing Materials
-Selective Laser Sintering Materials
-Fused Deposition Modeling Materials