Laser Ink bracelets

Trying Brilliance Laser Ink, seem very good on Aluminum and Stainless Steel so far, Cheaper than Cermark. 500 speed 100power

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Thanks for sharing! It’s good to know of other options for marking metals!

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Have you tried giving it a good rubbing to test the durability? I haven’t dabbled into marking metal, yet, but this seems promising so far!

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I use LaserBond, not Brilliance, but when I saw your question of durability I thought of my son-in-law’s test. I gave him a sample marking on stainless steel. He took it home and scraped on it…then he took a grinder to it. It held up remarkably. He’s using stainless tags on his farm equipment and wanted to make sure they could hold up. It was a good test.

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My brilliance stuff has held up well.

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Is that the best place to buy it?

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That turns out really nice! I’m going to move this to Beyond the Manual for you, so you don’t end up having to remove the non-PG settings. :slight_smile:

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Great

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Turned out really nice.

Hi! Am I understanding correctly, You use laserbond on the metal bracelets? I just tried and it didn’t work. Trying to figure out what I did wrong.

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If you did, 500 speed 100 power I’m not sure. Is there a plastic coating? Did you give it 2 or 3 coats? Might wast to lightly sand to make sure the Laser Ink has something to “bite” to.
Let us know how it goes!

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Yes. I gave them one even coat and made sure they were completely dry.

300/ full power/ 270 LPI

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Virgil’s Aeneid?

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Yes. “I recognize the embers of the old fire…”

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A nice present for a long ago ex?

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No. I just liked the saying. :slightly_smiling_face:

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