Laser Engraving

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Lazer Stippling on Polymer frames

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  Logo inset on Polymer frame

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Metal and Aluminum Engraving

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WarTorn Logo and Stabilizer

Cerakote and Logo on Bow Stabilizers

Cerakote and Logo on Bow Stabilizers

Ar15 Magazines

AR-15 Magazine

Laser Engraving

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Laser engraving will work on many different sub-straights.  Louthan Gunworks operates a 30 watt Fiber laser that allows us to engrave polymers, metals, and many other materials.  

Pricing

  

ENGRAVING RATES:
Glock / Pistol Frame Texturing / stippling:
Basic package for sides and index points only include, sanding down smooth of the factory texture, engraving of pattern and borders:
Sub-Compact $120
Compact $130
Full Size $140
Additional options:
Trigger undercut :$35
Memory Cut :$35
Finger groove removal and engraving :$45
Backstrap sanding down and engraving (gen 4's only): $40
Logo inset inside a stippling design :$25 per side.
 

Parts engraving:
AR 15 / 10 Lower receiver Magwell: $40
Across both Upper / Lower vector graphic: $60
NFA Engraving : $40
Polymer or Metal Magazines:
$9 for single or both sides (same graphic).
$14 for 2 different graphics (one on each side).
Pistol Slides:
1911 full cover deep engraving $300-525
Single slide Marking (individual standalone graphic / logo starts at $25 per mark but will vary greatly by complexity of design.
Please email us a graphic for a more precise estimate.
Metal dust covers: $10

Email us along with a sample graphic for any other inquiries.

Graphics

Formats:
JPG, JPEG, PNG, and PLT are preferred, please no Zip Or Rar compressed files.
The higher the definition, the easiest to work with but we can work with most graphics.

Graphic Color

Think in Black and white! Eventually, all graphics will be converted to black and white (no Gray) so avoid blurry images or images with a lot of shading or poor contrasting colors / features.

Laser Colors

Lasers do not engrave in color even though we can shade metals to silvers, gold and even black depending on the metal, again, think Black and White!

Size

Be realistic, a wedding portrait engraved on an area the size of a stamp will not render well.
Rule of thumb is, find that graphic on google, shrink it down on your screen to the size it will be, if it is hard to recognize there, it will be hard to recognize on the finished product.