Jewelry Welding, Jewelry Engraving & Jewelry Cutting
Today’s manufacturing and retail jewelers have a wide range of new technologies available to enhance their ability to provide the highest level of quality, craftsmanship and service to their clients. One of the fastest growing technologies is the use of laser systems for jewelry as an alternative to traditional methods of welding, engraving and cutting of metals. Laser technology takes jewelry artistry and craftsmanship to the next level and LASERTECH USA has been working with the jewelry industry since 1967, giving us 52 years of experience.
One Machine. Multiple Functions.
Our machine has high-speed, high-precision laser marking with an advanced tool to perfectly coordinate the motion of an object.
Our optional built-in camera provides better precision for marking and engraving, allowing you to watch the whole thing!
In seconds, our advanced system will automatically focus its laser technology on the object you are engraving.
Upcoming Events & Exhibitions
JA NEW YORK FALL SHOW AT JAVITS CENTER NYC
JA New York Fall is the last notable jewelry event of the year. We’re offering retailers a unique opportunity to get more creative in their purchasing decisions by picking up last minute items that will give existing stock a fresh perspective, as well as replenish inventory they’ve successfully sold in the past.
This boutique marketplace will be buzzing with some amazing deals, ultimately allowing attending buyers the ability to treat their customers to an elevated in-store experience.
POSTPONED - Booth 306 & Booth 308
MJSA EXPO AT THE JAVITS CONVENTION CENTER IN NYC
MJSA Expo has long been a hub for jewelry manufacturers, designers, and trade suppliers and contractors to connect, establish relationships, and learn about the latest industry trends. From its start in 1968 in New York City’s old Americana Hotel (now the Sheraton in Times Square), MJSA Expo has evolved to become the trade show dedicated to the best in jewelry-related tools, equipment, supplies and services—and its still showing the path forward.