Needham Laser

Needham Laser

Needham Laser was established in 1962. For more than five decades they have been serving the UK by providing, maintaining, and offering support for marking and coding equipment to a large range of industries.

They have the knowledge, network, and experience to help with a diverse range of technologies related to the etching, engraving, and marketing industry.

Needham Laser sells a full range of marking, etching, and engraving machines and accessories to suit many platforms and functions. Here is a little sample of the range of machines, accessories, and types of equipment they handle.



  • Fiber Laser Systems are simple to use, but offer a flexible variety of features and amazing accuracy.
  • YAG Etching Systems offer a wide range of dynamic features for laser marking ideally suited to light and high-speed marking applications. These etch all types of metals, plastics, and are ideal for IDs, passports, and personalization applications.
  • CO2 Marking Systems are feature-rich, compact, easy to use and offer exceptional reliability. These machines can etch labels, quartz, glass, ceramics, crystals, most organic materials, and fabrics.


Platform Applications

If you think all etching, engraving, and marking systems are large machines, you’ll be happy to know that Needham Laser provides handheld, portable, desktop, and workstation style systems as well as industrial-sized equipment.



If you prefer to rent a system, Needham Laser offers flexible lease terms, easy rental options, bespoke solutions, and superior service and support for their machines.


Service & Support

Beyond sales and rentals, Needham Laser offers training and support, marking services, an inventory of used laser systems, and video tutorials.

Needham Laser is always improving, growing, evolving, and merging and working with many brands and making relationships with related industries.

Needham Laser

MLMe Laser-Engraver

Laser Engraver Review: The MLMe Laser-Engraver

There are many laser marking machines on the market today with varying differences and specifications to suit almost anyone’s need or pocketbook. The low-priced leader is the

Minilase-e laser-Engraving Machine (MLMe) from TYKMA Electrox of Chillicothe, Ohio.


About TYKMA Electrox

TYKMA is a manufacturing specialist in creating industrial laser marking and engraving systems. The machines they produce are designed to offer high end designs and cutting edge features and work with many substrates, from metals to nearly all plastics, and from anodized to carbide.


The MLMe fiber laser system

The MLM engraver features a manual front door that’s designed to be ergonomic and lightweight due to a nicely designed spring-loaded retraction system. A side panel fold-out touch screen provides operational control and machine status along with reasonable feedback.


A fold-out touch-screen allows the user to control and view the machine’s status at all times. There’s a large vertical safety window that gives you a full view of your project throughout the complete marking process.


The machines are also designed to be adaptable. Custom part fixtures can be added or you can use the high precision lab jack in order to adjust the height of viewing. There is also a port available for to see fume and dust extraction, and a lightweight, ergonomically designed spring mounted door.


Software that is provided is the MinilaseTM Pro SE product enabling the user to easily mark text, create barcodes, graphics, and serial and date codes. the MLMe attaches to a desktop or laptop computer utilizing a standard USB 2.0 connection.

MLMe Laser-Engraver
The machine is designed to calibrate objects successfully and is considered by many to be extremely flexible in having a wide dynamic strategy in object engraving so that it can easily produce logos, graphics, high-speed characters, and bar codes.


Lasers advantages

  • Marks are permanent and will not bleed or easily fade.
  • Tracing the marks is convenient and removing them is impossible without destroying the substrate
  • The marks can also easily cope with harsh environmental conditions, including sun and rain.
  • The Minilase machines are inexpensive.


This is the flagship entry-level system in the Minilase lineup. It’s exceptionally affordable and easy-to-use. The etchings are precise, and the machine is capable of marking anything from metals, plastics, fabrics and more, and is backed by a 3-year comprehensive warranty.


The MLMe provides high-end cutting-edge specifications at a low economical price and should be the perfect machine for the beginner to start his own laser-engraving business.

The Minilase™ e is available from Needham Laser.

My Spine Hurts

My Spine Hurts

If you suffer with acute or chronic back pain, you’re not alone. Most people experience some kind of spinal pain or discomfort at some point in their lives. Alleviating back and neck pain is mostly about knowing your options. The My Spine Hurts website provides you with expert information, reviews on related products, and a healthy back store with spinal related items designed to help with pain.




Some of the information you’ll see on this website includes the following:

  • Spinal pain: Anyone who has ever had a back or neck ache understands how uncomfortable it is. For some people, that pain is there all the time. That is called chronic back or neck pain. There are things you can do even if your pain is chronic instead of acute. Acute back pain is temporary and doesn’t last long.
  • Best pillows for neck pain: Your cervical area of your spine is in your neck. Neck pain isn’t uncommon, and it could be caused by something as simple as using the wrong pillows. You may not realize that the pillow you sleep on needs to accommodate your needs according to your sleep position. You will learn about the various types of pillows for sitting, traveling, and sleeping that are best for your neck.
  • Yoga for back and neck pain: Yoga is not considered just exercise by serious practitioners. It’s a way of life that helps continually improve their wellbeing. There are yoga asanas, or poses, you can use to alleviate back and neck pain. Yoga is great for balance and for aligning your spine as long as you use it right.


You will learn a lot more about pain in the spine and how to make sure you get the appropriate treatment for it on the My Spine Hurts website. It’s easy to navigate, loaded with useful information, and is helpful for finding the right products for your spinal pain.

My Spine Hurts