Traffolyte is a type of plastic material often employed when engraving labels and tags. Not only is it lightweight and durable, but this material was first utilised as far back as 1927. In order to fully appreciate its unique advantages, it is a good idea to take a quick look at five lesser-known facts. Continue reading
Chemical etching is a highly precise and extremely useful method of manufacturing metallic products and while quite advanced, few individuals are aware of the specific processes. In order to fully appreciate the applications, it is a good idea to take a look at the principles behind chemical etching in greater detail. Continue reading
What Variables to Consider When Hiring a New Engraver
Are you hoping to hire a talented engraver in the near future? These artisans represent the epitome of precision and many of their skills have been transferred down for generations. Continue reading
A Quick Look at the Process of Engraving Plaques
Engraved plaques and other commemorative signage will provide you with an eye-catching and durable means to display specific information. However, the majority of individuals take this technique for granted. Continue reading
A Look at the Science Behind Engraving Machines
Have you ever wondered what type of work is involved when creating a bespoke plaque or a commemorative trophy? The process of engraving has existed in one form or another for thousands of years. Unsurprisingly, it has become refined over time thanks to the advent of cutting-edge technology. Continue reading
Plaques have long been used throughout history in memorialising and commemorating historical moments in time as well as extraordinary people. The following are some of the famous engraved plaques: Continue reading
Traffolyte is a multi-layered phenolic plastic sheet that is suitable for engraving. All the layers are different colours so that the engraved shapes or letters will be a different colour from the portions that are not engraved. Here are some advantages of using engraved traffolyte tags: Continue reading
Engraving plaques has been a way to celebrate an individual’s life for a very long time. Loved ones often use plaques to capture the personality and memory of their deceased relative or friend. Often you will see plaques on park benches, or next to trees which have been dedicated in the memory of a person. Continue reading
Engraved signs change ordinary office signage and directory into a more sophisticated signage. Engraved products come in various materials like acrylic, wood and metal. The applications for engraving include: ADA signage, building dedications, directories, office and reception signs and recognition awards.
Our company specialises in engraving customised messages onto various items. We often get enquiries daily asking how to write certain messages or what to engrave.