BLACK ON GLASS/CERAMIC
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BLACK ON GLASS/CERAMIC

Black Marks On Challenging SubstratesLess

Black Marks On Challenging Substrates

CerMark offers several products specially engineered for optimal laser marking of glass and ceramics. These products are scientifically formulated to create a permanent chemical bond to glass or ceramic surfaces. Marking glass and ceramic with traditional methods is a significant challenge. Current marking methods tend to produce low-contrast gray or white marks. Chemical etching processes can be time consuming and involve using highly toxic materials. Direct marks with a CO2 laser are made by creating ‘micro-fractures” which frost the glass but can compromise the strength of the substrate.

CerMark offers several products specially engineered for optimal laser marking of glass and ceramics. These products are scientifically formulated to create a permanent chemical bond to glass or ceramic surfaces. Marking glass and ceramic with traditional methods is a significant challenge. Current marking methods tend to produce low-contrast gray or white marks. Chemical etching processes can be time consuming and involve using highly toxic materials. Direct marks with a CO2 laser are made by creating ‘micro-fractures” which frost the glass but can compromise the strength of the substrate.

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GLASS/CERAMIC

Awards & Engraving Less

Awards & Engraving 

  • Glass trophies and awards

  • Designs on plates and dinnerware 

  • Personalization of mugs and cups 

  • Designs on ceramic tile

  • Glass trophies and awards

  • Designs on plates and dinnerware 

  • Personalization of mugs and cups 

  • Designs on ceramic tile

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Compatible SubstratesLess

Compatible Substrates

  • Glass

  • Ceramic 

  • Porcelain

  • Glass

  • Ceramic 

  • Porcelain

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Industrial Less

Industrial 

  • VIN #s on automotive glass

  • Coding and traceability on laboratory slides 

  • Specialty electronic components and substrates 

  • Serialization and brand marks on sanitary ware 

  • Logos and instructions on industrial glass 

  • ID on glass ampoules and vials

  • VIN #s on automotive glass

  • Coding and traceability on laboratory slides 

  • Specialty electronic components and substrates 

  • Serialization and brand marks on sanitary ware 

  • Logos and instructions on industrial glass 

  • ID on glass ampoules and vials

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Laser RecommendationsLess

Laser Recommendations

Although CO2 and solid state lasers both work for marking glass and ceramic, if you are concerned about micro-fractures, it is prudent to avoid using a CO2 laser. For marking glass & ceramic, we recommend a minimum of 15W of power for CO2 lasers, and 5W of power for solid state lasers.

Although CO2 and solid state lasers both work for marking glass and ceramic, if you are concerned about micro-fractures, it is prudent to avoid using a CO2 laser. For marking glass & ceramic, we recommend a minimum of 15W of power for CO2 lasers, and 5W of power for solid state lasers.

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Marking TimeLess

Marking Time

Exact marking times will vary depending on your choice of TherMark material, substrate composition, substrate thickness, and laser power.

Exact marking times will vary depending on your choice of TherMark material, substrate composition, substrate thickness, and laser power.

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CerMark USA

CerMark USA

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3714 Alliance Dr., Ste 100,


Greensboro, NC 27407 


TELEPHONE #: 336-288-1613

3714 Alliance Dr., Ste 100,

Greensboro, NC 27407 

TELEPHONE #: 336-288-1613

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