Our latest engraving techniques can be used on a wide range of products and materials

Whether you are looking for engraved plaques, trophies, control panels, electrical switches, signs or name plates, Gordon Engraving can help. Combining 50 years’ experience with the latest laser and cutting technology, we offer a variety of engraving techniques and work with a range of materials, including stainless steel, brass, aluminium, copper, bronze, acrylic, wood, Traffolyte and Paxolin.

Our expertise and flexibility enable us to provide a bespoke service and a precise finish that will meet all your expectations.

Our plaques appear everywhere from Disneyland Paris to halfway under the English Channel (where the two tunnels meet in the middle). Her Majesty the Queen has unveiled many of our plaques, including some featuring our bespoke easel and curtains.


Awards and trophies

Gordon Engraving is one of the country’s leading producers of Perspex awards and trophies. Combining our creative approach with the latest technology, such as cutting, etching, engraving, sand-blasting and printing techniques, we can create acrylic trophies and awards that really have the wow factor. 

Our computer design facilities mean we can create 3D trophies in any shape, so the creative opportunities are endless.


Commercial and business applications

Precision, accuracy and durability make engraving ideal for all your commercial products, whether for complex control panels filled with intricate details or simple information signs. Our experience and wide range of engraving methods provide you with choice and assurance that all engraving is completed to a high standard.

When it comes to business, looks matter. Make a lasting impression on customers and clients by engraving your logo and brand onto a variety of products, from door signs to name badges. Not only will it bring consistency and present your message in a clear and professional way, it's also permanent and will stand the test of time.


Our engraving services include:

Rotary engraving
If the classic look is what you’re after, you can’t beat rotary engraving. It’s versatile, cost-effective and the use of a rotating cutting blade adds depth to the finished product.

Laser engraving
As the name suggests, laser engraving uses a high-powered laser beam to mark your design, however intricate, onto a range of materials. It is a fast and efficient method that produces impressive and accurate designs every time. 

Life isn’t just black and white with etching. Depth created by the etching process leaves space for colour infill, enabling you to show off the colours of your brand and bring your products to life.