Gift Pocket Knives are usually laser engraved by professionals. There’s a good reason for this. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. There are several settings that a pro has to make, so the resulting engraved pocket knives are permanently and safely marked with your company logo.
The pro cleans the knife blade so there is no possibility of a contaminant interfering with the process.
The knife is placed in a special holder, so that the blade will be in the right position in the laser machine.
The door is closed, and the attached computer is adjusted to these settings: Intensity, speed of the engraving, PPI (or dots per inch), depth of the penetration, and number of passes.
If the settings aren’t right, the imprint might be too light, or melted together.
Sometimes a special chemical is sprayed on the blade, to make the imprint darker looking.
Different grades of steel require different settings. Some types of steel are not conducive to this type of marking, so it can’t be done.
It is obvious that this type of logo marking should be left to the professionals.
Camo is catchy. Camo is not just for outdoorsmen and campers and hunters. Owning a camo knife gives you a feeling of freedom, adventure, and wildness. Camo is a club that encompasses all who own a camo item. You can be sitting in your office, working at your computer, and belong to this “club”. As long as you have a camouflage knife or any camo gear, you have this sense of freedom. And you have a sense of belonging to this special “club”.
Camo Engraved Pocket Knives are not always the traditional brown and green. Now they are available in orange, pink, red, and 2-tone camo.
The new Guppy Pocket-Size Multi-Tool Knife 8315 has the benefit of it’s small size, also. Plus it gives you a phillips screw driver, bottle opener, stainless steel serrated blade, and an LED flashlight. All this in the space of 3 1/2″.
You own a company, and you have good customers. You want to keep them, and get more customers like them. How can you do that? You probably have a good answer for that. Here’s a popular method of Customer Retention, that you might not have explored yet.