ngraving means incising a particular design on different types of materials. Engraving is great for decoration and security purposes. It is one of the oldest methods of printmaking. There are different types of engravings including the following;
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
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.
Are Engraved Signs Better Than Etched Signs?
Signs have become an integral part of our lives. Whether you need signs in your business or a home, you would like to have signs that stand out. When you want to make signs, and you may be faced by a dilemma choosing between etching or engraving the signs.
The need for excellent and durable engraving material is a concern of any engraver. Standard metal engraved plates and traffolyte labels are among some of the engraved materials used as indicators in most places. Continue reading
Some materials that can be engraved
Engraving is the art of carving a graphic design on a hard surface. The aim of this art is to produce an attractive item. The carved design can be either an image or text. To carve this design, a number of methods are used to give a pretty finished result. These methods include hand engraving, laser engraving (automatic) and machine engraving. The method to employ depends mostly on the type of material you want to engrave. This article lists three materials that can be used in engraving. Continue reading
Opting to have brass engraving carried out is a wonderful way to personalise your piece and keep memories forever. Getting an engraving is a simple and quick way to have something to cherish that reminds you of a person or a special time in your life. Whether it’s brass engraving or another material like bronze you are sending off to expert engravers, there are a couple of things you can do to prepare your material for engraving that will make sure you get the best result. Continue reading
For as long as humans have been using tools, there is evidence of engraving whether as a method of recording and communication or simply for decoration. In the 1890s, Eugene Dubois made an astonishing discovery on the banks of the Solo River, Java, Indonesia, excavating a site which was littered with the bones of early humans, animal remains and shells. The bones belonged to our ancestor, homo erectus, and were dated to between 700,000 and 1 million years ago. Dubois also collected a number of the shells which carved the way for a more recent, surprising discovery.
Commemorative coins launched for next year’s World Cup in Russia
Firstly, here’s two footballing dates for your diary: the 12 August 2017, and the 14 June 2018. The first date is the start of the Barclays Premier League, whereas the second date is the start of the World Cup Finals. Next year’s World Cup Finals will be taking place in Russia, and the Central Bank of Russia has launched a set of commemorative coins.