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engraver

[in′grāv·ər]
(graphic arts)
One who makes engravings, either manually or by machine.
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Augsburg engraver Johann Gottfried Eichler (1715 1770) created both partly colorized maps in the years 1762 and 1780.
Building rugged, reliable, low-maintenance engravers and CNC routers, packed with industry-leading features, and offering them at competitive prices to provide the best value for their customers.
A new laser engraver allows customers to put their own messages or images on a variety of gift items, including picture frames, mugs, cutting boards, pens and even dog tags.
Owns state-of-the-art technology machines for super-wide printing, UV flatbed, CNC router and laser cut and engraver and digital printing, in house.
The design itself, based on an American eagle motif, was created by Andrew Bourbon, a highly respected engraver of jewelry and firearms.
Chief engraver at the Royal Mint Gordon Summers described the task as "probably one of the most difficult things for any artist or sculptor to do".
After spending some time in 1807 studying at Breitkopf & Hartel in Leipzig, he returned to Milan with German engraving tools, and established the publishing firm on 6 January 1808 with engraver and music dealer Felice Festa, who left that June.
With an eye to the historical excursus, the paper underlined how the profession of music engraver has always been mostly unknown to the public, even though the art of engraving notes has constantly been accompanied by attentive flexibility in the story of music publishing.
And names, including engraver Thomas Bewick and MP Cuthbert Ellison, will be making their way on to street signs around the town centre.
Neenah Paper has invited prominent engravers from around the world to submit their work and each month the site will feature a different engraver and designer.
This is lack of control the engraver has over his chisel.
The engraver, which can be used on materials such as unhardened glass, soft plastics, leather and wood, costs pounds 28.