ENGRAVING AND ETCHING
Cutting an image into metal, wood or glass by one of three methods–computerized engraving, hand tracing, or hand engraving. TRADITIONAL ENGRAVING CUTS A DESIGN OUT OF A HARD SURFACE, USUALLY GLASS, METAL, OR WOOD. THE DESIGN APPEARS AS THE MATERIAL COLOR OR TEXTURE BENEATH THE SURFACE IS EXPOSED.
Using a process in which an image is first covered with a protective coating that resists acid, then exposed, leaving bare metal and protected metal. The acid attacks only the exposed metal, leaving the image etched onto the surface. LASER ETCHING IS A METHOD THAT USES A LASER TO BRAND AN IMAGE ON THE SURFACE.
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