Have you been looking for ways to expand your product offerings and set your business apart from the competition? If so, you may have wondered, can you laser engrave ceramic materials? The answer is, yes, you absolutely can engrave on ceramics, including ceramic mugs, ceramic tile, and other ceramic products. Like all materials, learning how to laser engrave ceramic can take some trial and error though once you’ve got the hang of it, it is relatively simple.

At Aeon Laser Canada, we are your source for high-quality Co2 laser engraving machines and are dedicated to providing you with ongoing support to help you use your laser effectively. In this post, we answer common questions about engraving ceramic materials to help you navigate this exciting material option. Contact a member of our team today to learn more about our laser engraving machines and get more value with our one-year factory warranty and extensive customer support included with your purchase of a laser engraver.

What Can I Make When Laser Engraving Ceramic?

Laser-engraved ceramics are unique and beautiful and can truly set your business apart from the competition. When it comes to knowing what to make when engraving ceramics, you have plenty of options. Popular choices for engraved ceramics include mugs, dishes, tiles, ornaments, and more. The possibilities are truly endless when it comes to laser engraving.

Learn more about laser engraving materials for more ideas and inspiration on how you can make the most of your laser engraving machine. At Aeon Laser Canada, we will always be available to support you with using your laser with new material types and for various applications.

How to Laser Engrave Ceramic Mugs and Tile

Learning how to laser engrave ceramic tile and mugs isn’t hard once you’ve worked out the basics. Before you get started, you’ll want to be sure you have the appropriate rotary attachment for your laser engraver when working with cylindrical materials such as mugs and tumblers. Laser engravers such as Mira Series lasers can be an ideal choice when looking to work with ceramic mugs while also being great for tiles.

Once you’ve created a design, you’ll want to upload it to your laser engravers software, ensuring that you make any necessary adjustments to the size and position of the design. Next, you’ll place your material into the laser engraver and begin the process of engraving. If you do not achieve your desired results, you may need to adjust your settings. Consider testing your design and technique to ensure that you have a more seamless experience with laser engraving, as achieving your desired result can take some practice.

Laser engraving of ceramics is just like engraving materials such as glass and acrylics and is simple once you’ve gotten accustomed to working with the material type. For help with using your Aeon laser engraver effectively, contact a member of our team today. We look forward to helping your business thrive by sharing our laser engraving expertise with you.