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engraver

[in′grāv·ər]
(graphic arts)
One who makes engravings, either manually or by machine.
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Their machine lineup features small desktop size engravers to large 4' x 8' CNC routing systems that offer industry leading features and accessories.
Mr Clark is the first Royal Mint engraver to be chosen to create a definitive royal coinage portrait in more than 100 years.
A wave of new publishers arose in the second decade of Ricordi's existence, many of whom had or later developed ties to Ricordi: Luigi Bertuzzi (founded 1820), who had worked for Ricordi; Giuseppe Antonio Carulli (1822), whose firm was acquired by Ricordi in 1832/1833; Francesco Lucca (1825), a former Ricordi engraver whose firm was acquired by Ricordi in 1888; and Giovanni Canti (1836), also a former Ricordi engraver.
Bewick Way - will take the name from English wood engraver and ornithologist Thomas Bewick, who revolutionised wood engraving and restored its popularity in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
NEW PRODUCTS: Spin Collective's Christmas tree wall sticker, above, and the Dremel Engraver, pounds 28.
The engraver was donated by Southern Graphics Systems and was refurbished at MDC's faciltiy in Dayton, OH, USA.
with embellishment by engraver Denis Reece, Mayrsville, Calif.
An engraver needs to have good eyesight, good hand-to-eye coordination and nimble fingers.
PITY the engraver charged with working on the pot for Belle Vue's ongoing `Champion P rofessional In Association With Pilot Greyhound Supplies Puppy Trophy'.
Forest Service, said engraver bark beetles that have infested pines and the white fir trees in the Santa Clara-Mojave Rivers District of the Angeles National Forest - particularly in the Castaic area - likely won't survive a year so wet.
Blamed for the damage is the pinon engraver beetle, Ips confuses, a Southwest native and an integral part of the pinon-juniper ecosystem.
Its story is well worth telling, for it bears the signature of a leading London engraver of the sixteenth century, and also, unusually, the name and shield of its owner, who has been identified.