AlumaMark is real aluminium which can be imaged or marked using a co2 laser. Unique among laserable substrates, AlumaMark allows one to create black positive marks on silver, gold, bronze, brass or coloured backgrounds. It is designed so that it may be marked by using low power settings on co2 lasers. AlumaMark is used to produce nameplates, name badges, plaques, trophy plates, labels, interior signage and much more.
Because AlumaMark is not etched or engraved, but rather marked through a thermal reaction with the heat of a laser, it is possible to create lighter marks and halftone shades. This makes AlumaMark ideal for creating a photograph and detailed artwork reproductions.
Create rich black marks or halftone shades on real aluminum. On-demand solution for one-of-a-kind requirements: variable data, customized plaques/signs, etc. You can also choose a variety of colors and finishes to meet your customers’ needs. There are no chemicals or fill required, everything is on the sheet and the equipment requirement is a CO₂ Laser.
- Temperature resistant between 4° and 32° C
- Chemical resistant
- On-demand solution for one-of-a-kind requirements
- A variety of colours and finishes are available to meet customer requirements
- No chemicals or fills required – everything is on one sheet
- Recommended for indoor use (Need overlam for outdoor use)
- Black color
- Resistant to chemicals
- Plaques & Awards
- Wayfinding Signs
- Plaque & Trophy Plates
- Property Tags
- Equipment Labels
- Name Badges
- Hospital & Museum Signage
- Interior Signage
- Sizes: 10” x 12”, 12” x 20”, 20” x 24”
- Thicknesses: .005”, .020” Available with 3M 467 adhesive backing or without.
*Sizes, thicknesses and adhesive are not available in all finishes. Check price list for availability.
Laser Settings Guidelines
AlumaMark gives the user the ability to create a smooth surface, black graphics on real aluminum. Generally, AlumaMark requires 5 – 15 watts of power and about 50% speed to achieve optimal results. We recommend a trial process to determine the best settings for an individual laser.
See AlumaMark.com for recommended laser systems and settings.