Check out our buyer’s guide for this season’s best laser engravers on the market. Plus, an introduction to laser engraving, services, and materials. Home and office laser engraving have become so much easier these days. Once strictly used by industrial manufacturers, laser engraving is increasingly adopted by small businesses, product designers, makers, and even hobbyists. In some cases, a laser engraver might prove to be the most advantageous manufacturing technology for your specific application. Before pulling out your wallet, we have also compiled everything you need to know about laser engravers into a comprehensive guide to get you started in this great technology. Easily cut and engrave projects for your school, small business, or home with the Dremel DigiLab LC40. Learn more The Glowforge Plus is a professional-grade laser cutter that is both easy-to-use and highly reliable. Compared to the Glowforge Basic model, the Plus offers upgraded components and increased laser power that makes it 20% faster. Learn more On the budget side of the desktop laser engraver market, the NEJE DK-8-KZ still manages to offer a protective magnetic panel, an emergency stop button ...