1519 S. King Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
Express Engraving Etc.
From Recognition Products to Rubber Stamps. Fast turnaround laser engraving & cutting services.
Established in 1995, Express Engraving Etc. is Hawaii's leader in laser engraving, imprinting and plating services and marking devices. We specialize in fast turnaround laser engraving & cutting services. Our state of the art laser machines provide us with the ability to engrave and cut a variety of materials with incredible speed and precision. We offer a variety of engraved and imprinted products and services from Recognition Products to Rubber Stamps. Whatever your engraved or imprinted needs, we will provide you with quality products at competitive prices and unequaled service.
Telephone: (808) 951-5504 Toll Free Fax: (866) 620-1279
Mailing address: 1519 South King Street Honolulu, HI 96826
Business Hours: Monday - Friday / 9:00 AM ~ 5:00 PM
We are located on the island of Oahu, between downtown Honolulu, and Waikiki, near the Convention Center, and Ala Moana Shopping Center, perfect for fast and easy access, on the (ewa and makai) corner of S. King St. and Kalakaua Ave. in the Continental Building. FREE PARKING in the Continental Building parking lot.
If you are coming H-1 Eastbound, take the H-1 East to the Punahou Exit (#23). Turn right on Punahou Street. Go to the first traffic signal, South Beretania Street. Turn right, go to the second traffic signal, Keeaumoku Street. Turn left on Keeaumoku and go to the second traffic signal, this is South King Street.
Turn left and go THROUGH the next traffic signal (Kaheka Street). Moving to the right lane, turn RIGHT into the small unnamed lane(Panda Express Restaurant) just BEFORE you reach Kalakaua Avenue.
Extra Space Self Storage will be on the left side of S King Street. After you turn into the unnamed lane, we are located in the Continental Building on your left at the front of the building, street level.
There is plenty of free parking in the parking lot behind the Continental Building. If you are coming from any other direction, work your way to the South King Street and Kaheka Street intersection and follow the above directions. Print this page and take it with you.