This is done by melting and it is suitable for black plastic. The marked area is lighter than the rest of the plastic
This process is etched by melting and evaporation, leaving the impression of design, logos, numbers and text.
This can be done by leaving deeper traces and is most suitable for wood or leather surfaces.
This marking is done by causing thermal effects. The marked part changes color - just like what happens when you burn something.
This is done entirely on metal and it involves heating. In the case of exposure to a laser beam, the surface undergoes oxidation due to a thermal effect, and then it changes color.
As the name implies, this marking is done by removing the top coating of the material, and it is mainly used for laminates, foils, coated metals and anodized aluminum (has been made of corrosion-resistant aluminum, and durable).