This technology does not use any kind of pigments such as inks or inked ribbons, but uses the chemical and physical reactions of the materials when subjected to laser radiation. For this reason, it is essential to check the compatibility of the materials to be marked with the laser source to be used and, once the correct laser source has been defined, to determine the most suitable type of marking. The use of lasers guarantees maximum freedom in the creation of text, barcodes or alphanumeric codes, logos and graphics of all kinds. All types of processing are carried out extremely precisely, with the advantage that there is absolutely no contact with the product to be marked, engraved or cut. In addition, laser processing does not require any kind of printing equipment, thus allowing a considerable reduction in costs and the possibility of producing orders for even a few pieces. Thanks to the chemical and physical properties of the laser we can cut, mark and engrave various materials such as: metals, plastics, rubber, paper, textiles, ceramics, glass, stone, wood, leather and even some food products. Laser marking physically and chemically modifies the surface of the material, generating clean cut edges and fine details. Thanks to this process, permanent, indelible and heat-resistant printing is achieved without the use of external substances such as solvents, acids or the like, also guaranteeing environmentally friendly processes.