Nameplates, Control Panels & Other Permanent Marking Applications
Nameplates, control panels, and other permanent marking applications should stand the rigors of time just like the products they represent. Unlike stickers and labels that tear and fade over time, StayMark® is a superior laser marking alternative to screen printing. It creates high contrast, permanent black marking on stainless steel that is resistant to environmental hazards such as UV rays and vandalism.
- StayMark® will not fade, crack, peel, or delaminate
- StayMark® surfaces can be cleaned using solvents or chemicals
- StayMark® does not change the tolerance of marked parts because material is not being removed by the laser
- Base thicknesses available from 1/16” to 3/8” thick stainless steel
- All artwork, geometry, and mounting holes are fully customizable
In addition to laser marking stainless steel, Terrene, Inc. has laser etching and engraving options available for marking anodized aluminum, woods, leather, acrylic, plastics, and much more. If your project demands that individual parts be marked with sequential serialized numbers, we have the processes and staff in place to handle that for you with ease.
Face plates, switch panels, industrial tags, ID panels, donor walls; whatever your part marking needs may be, Terrene, Inc. will work with you to find solutions for your projects. Whether the scale of your order is at the prototype stage or full production, we guarantee we will laser mark your project with the speed and precision you should expect.
Terrene, Inc. is your go-to vendor for your laser marking needs. We serve Seattle, the Northwest and the nation. Contact us today.
- Anodized (Colored) Aluminum
- Mild Steel
- Stainless Steel
- Particle Board
“I received the signature plates today, and they look terrific. Couldn’t be more pleased with the results. Thank you so much for the excellent work. I had a very difficult time looking for a solution for this aspect of my project, and I am thankful that I found your company, people, and equipment to create these plates.”