Engraving Machine

Engraving Machine

 

a machine for mechanical engraving from a drawing, stencil, or model. An engraving machine is used to transfer representations from bas-reliefs and other convex artistic originals to soft metal (such as copper), stone, or wood. In metalworking the engraving machine is a small copying-milling machine with a pantograph, carrying a cutting instrument (cutter or graver), which cuts the stamps, inscriptions, and figures on machined parts. An engraving machine is used in polygraphy to prepare zincographic stereotypes.

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Gifts for any occasion can be personalized by a laser engraving machine on-the-spot, while you wait, at 7191 Cypress Lake Drive in Ft.
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After running their first engraving machine from a bedroom in their house, Jeannie and Dale built their own shop and now have several machines dedicated to engraving sweets.
The state- of- the art lab is equipped with technologies such as Laser Cutter and Engraving Machine that can enable students to cut and engrave across a range of dimensions and on various materials such as paper, acrylic, leather, stone and clothes.
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Exclusive to the EstE[umlaut]e Lauder counter, for a limited period, is the Estee Lauder's unique engraving machine that allows customers to personalize a selection chic, golden powder compacts, lipgloss and lipstick case with a monogram or a short message.
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An engraving machine at Royal Awards on West Seventh Avenue has etched the names of nearly all of Eugene's top government officials, movers and shakers, sports stars and prestigious academics for more than 40 years.
But two engineers, Steve Gamier and John Doran--the founders of Epilog--had an idea for creating a new kind of engraving machine, though they had no idea if such a thing could work successfully.
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