About Crystal Clear Memories
3D crystal engraving service is a very unique niche concept within the Engraving Services sector and this industry in essence engraves designs, texts or images on a wide assortment of flat surfaces (e.g., plaques, trophies, jerseys, computers, metals, leather goods, jewelry, watches, musical instruments, handbags, etc.) by using the most advanced technology available today. Most 3D engravings services companies work with high-end laser machines to provide quality crystal print services at low cost. They usually work in tandem with digital engravers who apply the same technology to create the digital file of the engraved pattern, which is then printed on any flat surface, including wood, metal and glass. These services can be used for high-resolution logos, signage, corporate branding, artworks, logos, artwork, promotional materials, videos, TV backgrounds, film posters, screen-printing, book covers, etc. Visit us on Crystal Clear Memories.
The concept of this process was originally developed to apply the same technology to engraved car signs and billboards, but it has grown to include all forms of flat surface customization. The latest techniques enable the engraver to engrave a logo, text, image or design on virtually any surface including metals (including stainless steel, copper, bronze, titanium), ceramics (glazed ceramic, aluminum, magnesium, iron, tin), wood (cement, timber, veneer) and other surfaces like concrete, fiberglass, masonry, granite, marble, limestone, granite, slate, brick, tiles, murals, plasters, ceramic tile and mosaic tiles. The final result is an exceptionally high-quality product that can be produced in different sizes and with a variety of finishes.
Currently, the industry is undergoing rapid growth and there are a number of companies that have adopted the three dimensional crystal engraving technology. They take the required polyester substrate (a clear plastic laminate) and produce the engravings on it by feeding the material through a laser array machine. After engraving is done, the surface is subject to an electrochemical process that permanently hardens the crystal structure. This ensures that the design will not chip off or fade away.