Hi all. Using a 60w co2. I’m having really good luck on glass and metal. Why then does everyone say you need cermark spray
Do you want to elaborate a bit ?, examples will always be very helpful.
Glass is not a “problem” here either, but I have no positive experience with metal.
Yes so photos on glass specifically. Doesn’t seem that cermark is required
How do you engrave metal/what kind.?
I use LBT100 as a spray on, much like cermark.
Ya, I was shocked. 22 gauge steel, stainless & galvanized. It’s obviously not very deep but it does mark it. Anyway, I just can’t seem to find out WHY you’d use cermark pt LBT100.
I marked some stainless with the co2, cost me a lens…
Can you get as black as my mug on stainless?
Cermark/LBT100 and many other items will molecularly bond to the surface.
They are not cheap and are used commercially. The commercial people obviously see a benefit.
… probably it does that you can also use fill and with a nice result, it’s a guess.
If you can’t see a difference, you should continue on with the process you are using and forget these coatings.