Awards & Engraving

March '18

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44 a-e-mag.com • A&E MARCH 2018 R otary engraving is a classic technique that can be used to personalize a variety of items—metal, plastic, and even foam are just a few substrates that work well with this technology. But to really appreciate the benefits it offers, it's important to understand the basics of what it is. For those new to the technology, there's more to rotary engraving than a machine with a spindle. Following, a few experts offer some insight on rotary engraving. From starting price points to time investments, from how the equipment works to what results you can expect, tune in as these industry insiders cover everything you need to know. Beginner's Guide to ROTARY ENGRAVING By Cassie Green Those looking to add rotary engraving to their shop's offerings must examine the machine options as well as what tools are needed. IMAGE COURTESY GRAVOTECH One of the many applications rotary engraving is ideal for is creating ADA-compliant signage. Be sure to check all ADA rules and regulations. IMAGE COURTESY VISION ENGRAVING AND ROUTING SYSTEMS

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