Name Tag, Inc. Introduces the Custom Laser Engraved Name Tag Product Line

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For the first time in over a decade, Name Tag, Inc. is now offering a new way for its customers to order engraved name tags with its new laser engraved line.

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Companies spend thousands to millions of dollars a year for advertising to attract customers; however, what happens once the customers arrive--are they maximizing their efforts to create a comfortable, trusting relationship? A name tag helps to foster that connection between you and your customer, it lets them know that you are here to help and your objective is to service their needs.

Name Tag, Inc. a leading online provider of personal identification products since 1995, is proud to announce the release of the custom laser engraved name tag product line. For over a decade Name Tag, Inc. has relied on rotary systems to produce engraved name tags and while it is still a reliable and available option, the new laser engraving system provides faster and more detailed engraving which until now has never before been possible.

The new laser system functions like an ink jet printer, scanning across the sheet of plastic, moving down and engraving a section at a time. The machine laser engraves at a rate of 1000 pulses per inch, approximately 1000 dpi, thereby allowing for finer detail in the font and engraved logo. In contrast, the old rotary engraving systems use a spinning drill bit that follows the outline of a letter or image until the engraving process is completed. While both systems ultimately perform the same task, the rotary system makes many more motions to achieve the same result as a laser. This allows the laser to do the same job as a rotary engraver with finer detail.

The laser machine will engrave on the normal 2-ply plastic that most name tags are made of; more importantly however, it will also engrave on a wide variety of materials, including coated metals, wood, acrylic, glass and stone that the previous rotary engraving system could not process.

Clyde Coller, CEO and founder of the company, has high expectations for the new laser engraved product line: "For over a decade the company has relied on the rotary system to produce engraved name tags. While this system works great and is still an available option, the new laser engraving machine allows the company to produce results that would have never been possible on the rotary system."

Clyde continues, "Companies spend thousands to millions of dollars a year for advertising to attract customers; however, what happens once the customers arrive--are they maximizing their efforts to create a comfortable, trusting relationship? A name tag helps to foster that connection between you and your customer, it lets them know that you are here to help and your objective is to service their needs."

The new laser engraved name tag product line is now available online and can be found at: laser engraved name tags.

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