Desktop Laser Engravers

If you are looking for convenience then choosing a desktop laser engraver would likely to be the best choice for you.

Suitable for marking metals, plastics, carbides, painted substrates, electronic components & many more materials, our fibre based desktop laser engravers are easy-to-use, guaranteed to give you years of trouble free operation.

Engineered with flexibility and ease-of-use as a top priority, our range of desktop systems are compact but pack a considerable punch! Much of our range can be trolley mounted for workshop portability, and with extremely quick setup times you can get your materials marked wherever you need.

  • N-Lase Desktop™

    A fully featured desktop laser engraver machine featuring a three sided vertical part loading door. The N-Lase Desktop is perfect for single or multiple part marking on almost every type of metal, plastic, carbide, painted or anodized materials.  
    Laser type Fiber laser
    Applications Metals, plastics, electronics, organics
    Standard Marking Area 100mm x 100mm
    Upgradable Marking Area 160mm x 160mm
    Laser power 20 Watts, 30 Watts, 50 Watts
  • N-Lase Desktop Pro

    With powerful features, accuracy, reliability, and speed the N-Lase Desktop Pro is almost unmatched in the market... Plug in and start marking, it's so simple!  
    Laser type Fiber laser
    Applications Metals, plastics, electronics, organics
    Laser power 20 Watts, 30 Watts, 50 Watts
    Standard Marking area 100mm x 100mm
    Upgradable Marking area 160mm x 160mm

Desktop Laser Marking engineered for Flexibilty

Designed for even the most demanding tasks, the range boast amongst the highest speed and flexibility on the market today. Couple this with an exceptionally quick setup time and you can turn idea, to prototype without the wait making them perfect for prototyping and one-offs.

All of our engraving machines come with advanced, yet outlandishly intuitive software. Just add any graphic, ID or font/text and see your model come to life on-screen first, before setting the program to run. Most substrates are preset, making it even easier to use and letting you achieve even the finest detail, time and time again.