GETi is the UK's leading dedicated manufacturer of Black Zirconium and Titanium rings for both men and women.
Based in the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham, we have a small dedicated, complement of staff offering both a bespoke and standard range of rings. We also offer a 2D and 3D laser engraving service to the trade on most jewellery and many non-jewellery items and are agents for Italian laser machine manufacturers, Sisma, offering laser engraving and welding machines.
Our Titanium and Black Zirconium designs include plain rings, inlaid with precious metals and diamond set versions, also an extensive collection of Celtic Titanium rings.
1 x Sisma Laserman LM700 laser welding machine - Five years old excellent condition
£9,500 + VAT - Sold 'as is'. This machine has been used by GETi primarily for the welding of inlays in our Titanium rings and is now available to buy due to the company policy to renew machinery after 5 years. To take advantage of the opportunity to acquire an excellent used machine as a first step in to laser welding or as an addition to your existing plant, please contact us on: : +44 (0)121 507 0994
High precision Nd:Yag welding system. Developed in particular for the goldsmithing sector, for both large and small businesses. The machine can be used by operators with limited experience; ease of use, reduced maintenance and long lasting duration of the lamp allow a high productive efficiency.
- 250 storage places for parameters
- Graphic display with all working parameters
- Fast setting and change of working parameters through mouse
- Spot dimension 0,1-2,00 mm
- Self-diagnosis and self-testing system
- High quality stereoscopic microscope with UV ray and laser radiation protection (for the eyes)
- Possibility of using gas Argon directly on the welding point
- Air nozzle for cooling pieces in the working chamber
- Large working room that permits tools inside 460x300x220 mm
- Wide window for the working room inspection
*New Sisma laser engraving and welding machines also available*
After experimenting with 3D laser engraving over the past few weeks, we are pleased to announce that we can now offer the service in addition to our normal 2D service.
Unfortunately we are not at present in a position to prepare the graphic for customers (unless it's really simple) and can only work from ArtCam or Rhino files supplied.
We can recommend a couple of companies for you to contact for artwork or there is a selection of stock 3D models to choose from here (both of these companies offer a custom graphics service):
Fantastic ranges of Titanium and Black Zirconium rings, together with reseller marketing support in the GETi Stockists directory. What are you waiting for? :-)
Can Titanium rings be removed in an emergency?
There seems to be a lot of myths and legends concerning this topic so I will try to put the record straight. Titanium is a material that is not particularly hard but is very strong and has a high tensile strength. Many people are unsure as to the difference between hardness and tensile strength and often get them confused. Let us consider diamond, the hardest material currently known to man. If you had a rod of diamond that was 25mm in diameter and 1 metre long, you wouldn't easily scratch it or mark it but if you try to bend it over your knee, you would probably find that it would snap like a carrot.
A laser, which is an acronym of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, is a highly focused controlled beam of single colour light and can be used either to discolour the surface of a component or to vaporise material by laser ablation to produce a deep engraving. The laser parameters and position can be precisely controlled to provide high contrast marks in the form of barcodes, data matrix codes and logo graphics. If a surface is painted or anodised then the laser can be used to precisely remove the surface to give a contrast. By choosing a contrasting colour translucent substrate, a graphic can be backlit for night and day readability for example on car dashboards and aircraft cockpit controls.
What materials can be marked?
All metals (both precious and non-precious), most plastics, glass and many ceramics can be marked or etched.
As the demand for more personalized items of jewelery has increased, many jewelers are appreciating the benefits of lasers and their engraving capability.
Titanium was first discovered by clergyman William Gregor in 1791 who, basically didn't know what it was until in 1795, Austrian chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth identified it as a new element, gave it the number 22 and named it Titanium after the Greek Gods - The Titans. Even in those early days a gap in the market was spotted for Titanium rings but, due to the lack of technology available at the time, jewellery designers were unable to meet the demands of the public for this hot new material and so designs lay dormant for 202 years until in 1997 GETi started production on them.
This is a question that gets raised quite frequently.
Many Titanium ring suppliers give a warning about taking care with getting the size right as it can't be altered in the future - this isn't strictly the case as it all depends on different factors.
*NEW Machine Sales*
Sisma renews its design for the new generation of laser systems for microprocessing with fiber technology. Increased functionality of the source allows engraving, marking and microcutting to meet the highest technical standards available.
*NEW Machine sales*
Sisma Laser Welder for Jewellery
High precision Nd:Yag welding system; easy to use, reduced maintenance and long lamp lifetime are some of the characteristics of this machine combined with a soft and attractive design.