Geneva’s CO2 lasers can mark, engrave, drill, weld, cut, and perforate a wide range of materials, including: acrylic, foam, ceramics, gasket, wood, paper, plastic, textiles, rubber, stainless steel, titanium, thin metals and many others.
After we agree on the project or during the development and quote of your project, we will request a sample of your material to test. We want to ensure that the material will accept the laser process and the results are of the highest quality. All end results will be submitted for approval before proceeding.
Cost is dependent on the requirements of your application; please contact us and we will work with you on your project to provide an overall cost.
Yes, we encourage you to share your products with us for lasering. At this time, our ability to source products for lasering application is limited. We strive to provide the lasering service to your existing items.
Generally speaking we can laser an 8” x 8” area with our system, however, we encourage you to inquire with your sized needs as we have some specific capabilities to accommodate varying sizes depending upon the application area.
Lead times are dependent on the volumes of product requested to be lasered.
We are willing to work with you in creating your artwork design. Should you have a design/artwork created in a PNG, JPEG, DXF, or CDR file format or any other type we would be happy to review.
Yes laser engraving is a permanent marking on any substrate used.
Geneva requests that items are shipping to us for engraving via your preferred carrier. Items will be returned to you using your preferred carriers choice.
Geneva Healthcare’s standard terms are net thirty (30) days. Please contact Geneva Healthcare to obtain a Credit Application to complete and submit for prompt processing.
Geneva Healthcare is in Southeast Wisconsin in the town of Waterford.