How It Works
Laser Bonding Technology uses the precision of laser energy together with scientifically formulated marking materials to quickly and permanently bond to metal, ceramic, glass and other hard surfaces to create permanent, high-contrast, high-resolution images.
LaserBond 100 uses the
latest in sub-micron and
nanoparticle materials to more efficiently absorb the laser energy in order to quickly produce permanent marks on a variety of different surfaces.
Physical and chemical testing has proven that the marks created using LaserBond 100 are resistant to acids, bases, various solvents, outdoor exposure, high temperatures and mechanical abrasion.
The LaserBond 100 materials
absorb the laser energy and
quickly produce the high
temperatures that create the permanent, co-valent molecular bonds with various different substrate materials.
Paul W. Harrison
Paul W Harrison is the original inventor of the laser bonding process and the founder in the mid-1990’s of TherMark LLC. He was the first person to think of using a laser, instead of a conventional oven or kiln, as the method to provide the heat necessary to decorate china and crystal or porcelainize pots and pans or a cast iron sink. After selling his interest in TherMark, Harrison went on to found Laser Bonding Technology and offer it's vastly improved LaserBond 100, which is the most cost effective product of it's type on the market today.