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Metal Engraving Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of metal engraving companies and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top metal engraving companies with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find metal engraving companies that can provide metal engraving services to your companies specifications. Then contact the metal engraving companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for metal cutting engraving, aluminum engravings, solid brass engravings or customized metal engravings of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Maple Grove, MN 763-425-4755

    Our metal engraving offers a cost effective alternative to stamping parts. We are dedicated to providing prototypes with the quickest turnaround times in the industry. It is our goal to provide you with high quality parts delivered to you in a time that is quick and efficient in order to keep you business moving along. To discover more about what we may do for you, visit our website or call our customer service representatives today!

  • El Monte, CA 626-443-7121

    Metal engravings provide a fast and inexpensive way to produce many parts without using excess tooling and machinery. VACCO Industries Multi-Fabrication Product Group design teams will work with you in order to take your drawing or sketches and turn them into the product you have been dreaming of. Our products serve industries such as filtration, automotive and many other commercial markets. For more information on how we can help you, call us today!

  • Elkhart, IN 574-293-3342

    The Micro Etch Technologies process offers many technical & financial advantages in manufacturing so many flat metal components. Try this precision etching, non-mechanical process for competitively priced, burr & stress free sheet metal products, up to 62 mil (.062”) thick. Our photo-chemical machining process is also known as photo-fabrication, photo etching, chemical milling & acid etching.

  • Roseville, MI 800-345-0568

    Microphoto has been an industry leader in photochemical machining for more than a quarter century. We have used the chemical milling process on such items as connectors, electronic parts, fasteners, gaskets, shims, signs, springs, stampings, surgical blades and many other products.

  • San Jose, CA 408-214-0454

    Since 1967, Elcon has been known for our advanced photochemical machining process. By tightly controlling every aspect of this process, We are capable of precisely etching 3D surfaces, and producing parts with extremely dif?cult requirements. For more information on what we can do for you get in touch with Elcon today!

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Metal Engraving

Metal engraving is the process of creating a depression or incision onto the surface of a metal plate or object either for decorative purposes, sentimental reasons, to show ownership or for industrial purposes such as creating a printing plate. Metal engraving is achieved in a number of different processes, for example, by using specific tools such as burins, liners and etching tools, or by machines which use laser cutters, or through a process of acid etching or chemical milling.

There are numerous purposes for metal engraving such as brake rotors and fuel plates for the automotive industry, cathodes, implants and stents for the medical industry and long-lasting stencils. Engraving is also used on a number of different commercial objects, including jewelry such as rings and bracelets, guns or other specialty tools, and trophies, medals and plaques etc. For industrial purposes, engraving is part of the manufacturing process for stencils, circuit boards and printing plates, and to create components requiring small grooves or holes. Metal etching, a similar process to engraving, can also be used to remove a layer of a metal in order to meet weight restrictions for certain items. After the metal has been etched, burr marks or imperfections may be smoothed or burnished away.

Traditionally, all engraving was done by hand through the use of a burin or cutting tool. This was used to scratch or depress the surface of the metal along a pattern in order to create grooves in the form of the desired image. While hand metal engraving is less popular than before, it is still used in some specialized industries such as small decorative pieces, jewelry and musical instruments. More common in the process of engraving today are CNC and CAD controlled machines which are able to process a range of materials and dimensions, including straight or curved surfaces. The computer of these machines controls the laser’s or cutter’s direction, pressure and speed resulting in a precise image or design with clean, fine lines. Another type of engraving or etching which is used for precision results and close tolerances is electro discharge machining. Chemical milling using acids or bases to etch materials can be used with some metals including stainless steel, copper, brass, nickel and silver. Photochemical etching uses a photoresist as a masking layer in order to achieve the desired pattern on a metal part. It is a low-cost alternative that provides high quality workmanship in relatively quick turnaround times.

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