Engraving using laser technology

The old fashioned way entails Brand or Foil stamping, which may be inducing an undue amount of pressure on the wood fibers that are the ultimate composition of the carved baseball bat. The potential for that pressure against the wood to cause internal fissures and damage that would be impossible to expose or be aware of is no longer necessary to do. This would be allowing for the baseball bat to be experienced full force as a hitting device, with no prior events to test its density and effect the solidity of its mass. Looking for the laser emblazoned baseball bats may prove to be a jump on having a more reliable and durable slugger.

Who wants to have all points in line, a sure swing ready for a home run, and just as ball meets bat, the splinter in the wood that you had no way of knowing was splitting with every hit, suddenly cracks? Don t risk losing your favorite, home run bat.

Engravings on the side of the bat

Did you know that it takes 42,000 pounds of pressure to emblazon an engraving onto the side of a baseball bat? We players take that for granted as we grab our trusted slugger and head to the plate. Who ever would have thought that the smash hit you’re aiming for has already undergone that kind of pressure?

It’s actually fascinating, the process and the concept. These days though, that process of customizing a baseball bat is almost passe. Most baseball bat makers today are leaping into the future of technology by using the ever so prevalently relied upon laser method for engraving their logos and signatures onto their bat products.