What do you buy for the person who has everything?

When it comes to buying a gift it can be difficult to find something special that shows that you have really thought about it. Will it be a “one off” purchase found nowhere else, or the usual tat found in shops on every high street. 

A great way to give absolutely anything that personal touch is to personalise a gift by laser marking

In the past we would feel restricted ordering a personalised greeting card or a printed t-shirt but there are companies which offer a high quality service to laser mark almost all products and materials that you can think of. This means the possibilities are endless on how creative you can be with your next gift.

Material that can be laser marked

There is a wide range of materials that can be laser marked from metals, wood, paper, and paints which covers most gifts you maybe looking to buy and personalise and can be marked on small items such as a ring or necklace

Areas where laser marking is used

Laser marking is a specialist application that can be applied to products such as:

  • Jewellery – Precision laser engraving can personalise watches, necklaces , ring which a special message to a loved one as a gift for a special occasion. The process means that the detail is incredibly small to fit on a ring for example.
  • Medical instruments – This is now common practice in the medical industry as medical instruments can be laser marked with barcodes, serial numbers, QR codes to mention a few and is a permanent application and isn’t affected by corrosion or heat.
  • Automotive products – This aids traceability of automotive parts
  • Cutting tools – Milling, turning and drilling tools can all be laser marked to help identifying products and also traceability.


By laser marking a gift for a special occasion, it will show that you have really taken the time to make the gift special. It shows that you have taken the time to make it a real one off. What’s more is that you can be as creative as you like because there are almost no restrictions.