Laser marking

Laser marking, free-form lasering, laser marking logos, lettering and graphics on almost all surfaces and geometries, creating the finest structures, cleaning surfaces and making them conductive - we reliably process your workpieces on state-of-the-art laser machines according to your specifications and within the shortest delivery time.

Timeless, Modern, High Quality

Precise, abrasion-resistant, in small and large quantities: We mark workpieces made of metal or plastic according to your specifications. We work closely with manufacturing companies and surface finishers and can thus serve customers from a single source. And because things usually have to happen quickly, we do everything we can to ensure that you can meet your delivery deadlines.


We have state-of-the-art laser equipment and mark from the smallest part to large-area workpieces. The maximum part size also depends on the position of the marking field. We can laser parts up to a size of 800 mm x 1000 mm or 600mm x 1200 mm without any problems. Even larger formats are possible.

Sizes for laser marking


  • The typical labelling area is 160 mm x 160 mm. However, we can also inscribe up to an area of 600 mm x 600 mm.
  • The cutting of wood and acrylic is feasible up to a part size of 900 mm x 1,300 mm.
  • Ask us, we will be happy to help you.

Fibre laser

Laser marking on metal

Using the latest fibre laser technology, we mark your workpieces with abrasion-resistant, high-contrast markings in aluminium (uncoated or anodised), stainless steel or other metals.

For black or coloured anodised aluminium parts, a bright white lettering colour is usually chosen. For untreated aluminium and stainless steel, the lettering is usually done in black-grey colour. For stainless steel, a choice can be made between a recoloured and an engraved (i.e. noticeably deep) version.
Basically, all fonts, logos as well as barcodes or data matrix codes can be executed. Even the finest lines are possible.

We also mark hard metal, brass, gold and silver. Even rarer metals like pure tungsten and titanium can be laser inscribed. Are you unsure whether your ideas are suitable for laser marking? We can also advise you on unusual wishes and will be happy to produce sample inscriptions.

Switch cabinets & more

Laser marking on plastic

A variety of plastics can be marked with the laser. Depending on the laser source, parameters and plastic material, a colour change is produced or the material is foamed.

One particularly advantageous aspect of laser technology is the ability to cut and label signs and labels in a single operation. This not only enables efficient production, but also the precise realisation of your individual requirements. As experts in the field of enclosure labelling, we are at your disposal to implement customised solutions according to your specific requirements. We place particular emphasis on precision and quality to ensure that your labelling meets the highest standards.

High-tech made in Germany

We have been audited and certified in quality management and environmental management since 2008. The highest standards are a matter of course for us and are reflected in great acceptance and customer satisfaction.

We keep emissions low through modern filter systems and save resources through energy recovery.

A photovoltaic system generates electricity for our own use and is designed for expansion. Other measures such as waste avoidance and proper disposal are a matter of course for us.

Surface cleaning

Laser decoating

Laser decoating is an innovative process for removing coatings, paints, varnishes and other materials from surfaces. This process offers an efficient and precise method for cleaning and preparing workpieces without damaging the underlying surface.

A high-energy laser beam is used to vaporise the materials or remove them layer by layer. Free lasering is used in various industries and enables efficient surface preparation without the use of harmful chemicals.

Radiant strength


  • Enables extremely precise control over the decoating process without damaging the underlying surface.
  • A wide range of materials and surfaces, including sensitive substrates, can be treated.
  • No harmful chemicals or solvents are required, which minimises the environmental impact.
  • The thickness of the removed layer can be precisely controlled.
  • It leaves behind clean, contamination-free surfaces, ideal for further processing steps. 
Part with laser labelling