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Owner Gail Glenn at work.

What is a laser, really? 

The word ‘laser’ is an acronym for ‘Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation.’

What is the difference between laser etching and laser engraving? 

Laser engraving is the process of the laser beam physically removing the surface of whatever material you’re using, to expose a cavity that reveals an image at eye level.

Laser etching is very similar to laser engraving, and is generally characterized as when heat from the beam causes the surface of the material being used to melt.

What can be cut, etched or engraved using a laser?

Here is a partial list of materials that are often cut, etched or engraved using a laser.

  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Brick
  • Stone
  • Wood
  • Glass
  • Cork
  • Acrylic
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Fabric
  • Leather
  • Bamboo

Have a custom laser etching or engraving project in mind? Contact us with the details and to receive a cost estimate!

Made in Alaska

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Lat67 is a proud member of the The Made in Alaska program. This long-standing program’s mission is to promote products made, manufactured, or handcrafted in the state. We scour the woods in search of the birch & alder used in our products from fallen trees in our local area. We purchase our fabric, sewing notions, wood working supplies and tools from local vendors.

We strive to provide high quality products that will be treasured for years. Each piece is either etched or tagged with the Made in Alaska logo to ensure that you are purchasing an authentic Alaska Made product. Enjoy!