It is a great process for adding part identification, logos, serial numbers, barcodes, cavity ID’s and numerous other features to molds, parts, and components. That is why at Phoenix Laser Solutions, we are equipped with the most advanced laser systems available to the market with highly trained staff that have over 12 years of laser system experience.
Our president, Blair Learn, was an owner of a tool and die shop that at one point, had 70 employees. His shop was a leader in building complex high precision molds, mainly for the closure industry. This has helped us to structure a company that services the tool and die industry with an understanding of not only engraving but how molds and dies function and the importance of hitting delivery dates. With that being said, we bring more than 30 years of tool and die experience to the table, which is very important to have when working with expensive complex tooling. This allows us to work with our customers at a high level of understanding of how the tooling functions work and operate and what surfaces finishes are required in the engraving process to produce the best quality engraving for your finished products.
Here at Phoenix Laser Solutions, we put a lot of emphasis on developing a relationship with our customer to make us a satellite service company for their shop with the quickest turnaround possible to help aid in customers hitting their due dates.
We are willing to do whatever it takes to satisfy the three needs of our customers.
We are equipped with the most advance laser engraving systems and highly trained operators that are willing to work around the clock for urgent projects
We place a lot of importance on being very competitive when it comes to pricing because we want to return satisfied customers. We have confidence in the work we do so if the customer is not satisfied with the quality of work, we will not charge for the work done.
We strive on every project to give our customers exactly what they ask for. With our tool and die experience, we are able to talk the same language as tool and die makers and understand what it is they are asking us to do to their components. We also know how much time and effort goes into the tooling we work on, so we take great pride in handling and making sure we do not damage the parts themselves.