Located in Surrey, BC, Proline Marking provides precision laser engraving and marking services. Applications include identification, traceability, serialization, advertising, imaging and other unique purposes.
Almost any material can be engraved, etched or marked, including metals, plastics and ceramics. Depending on the material type and surface matrix the ideal mark will be one that contrasts the surface color.
We are now stocking 500ml vacuum insulated bottles. Enjoy using these bottles to keep your drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. These beautifully crafted bottles feel comfortable in your hand and will also fit in your car’s standard cup holder. They are made with an inner and outer wall using 304 food grade stainless steel. Other additional features include:
- Sustainable reusable alternative to plastic bottles
- Non-leaching, toxin-free stainless steel
- Easy to drink from, drip free opening
The bottles are laser engraved with your logo artwork which will not scratch off. These bottles are great for promotional product advertising or gift giving.
Laser engraving and marking has become an established finishing process used in many industries. This non-contact, permanent marking process provides a high quality, cost effective solution for numerous applications. The flexibility of the process allows us to process a wide variety of materials in batch sizes both small and large. The ability to provide a permanent message on an in-process or finished component is what makes laser marking practical. We can laser mark text, serial numbers, part numbers, company logos, bar codes, QR Codes, ID matrix codes or 2D codes on plain, painted, anodized, or plated metal surfaces, whether they are flat sheets, curved surfaces, or cylinders. You will find this marking process used in industries such as:
- Advertising specialties
- Aerospace and automotive parts
- Medical and scientific products
- Electrical components
- Forestry and petroleum machine parts
- Marine parts and products
- Packaging, signage and advertising media
- Arts and architectural applications