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engraver

[in′grāv·ər]
(graphic arts)
One who makes engravings, either manually or by machine.
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With a $50 billion dollars market already established by existing 'boxed-up' laser machines that engrave small items such as gifts, trophies and small signage.
To celebrate Coventry athlete David Moorcroft's success in the 1,500 metres in the Montreal Olympics, Barbara was asked to engrave a 40-year-old crystal glass.
Not only is there no requirement to engrave information on tools, but you definitely shouldn't do it.
The Helios DLE system can also engrave flexo sleeves, 2D/3D embossing plates or sleeves, and Stork RotaMesh and RotaPlate screen products.
Mark Churchill, aged 18, spent the past three years learning how to engrave glass while studying at the Glasshouse College, at the Ruskin Centre, in Amblecote, Stourbridge.
The VA does not recognize the pentacle, an encircled, intertwined five-pointed star, as a faith symbol and, therefore, won't engrave it on memorial markers or gravestones of American war veterans.
It reportedly eliminates the shortcomings of previous laser systems used to engrave tooling--such as limited 3D contouring capabilities, intensive manual procedures for depth measurements, and the need to fixture molds and dies to ensure accurate engraving.
We can engrave your image, flowers, or clan symbols--whatever you want," covering a maximum engraving area up to 18-by-24 inches, Acton says.
color) DeAnna Howlett, general manager of Creative Laser Images in Northridge, and owner Charles Fichera hold some of the images they can engrave in front of their office.
It is no surprise, then, that Walsh desired punches for the more complex signs, as they were very labor intensive to engrave by hand.
Mold makers often must engrave lettering and other fine details into the molds they produce.