Frequently Asked Questions
Today, engravings are produced using either manual or CNC engraving machines. The milling paths generated by the CAD-CAM Software and transmitted to the control device are processed by the CNC engraving machine. The entire engraving is computer-assisted, which makes it less susceptible to errors than manual engraving.
Engraving and Laser Engraving Machines Text, logos, and images can be laser engraved on a number of materials, including wood, acrylic, stone, metal, and more.
There are various types of CNC Engraving Machine techniques, Engraving with a rotary tool which is also known as Engraving or Milling Graver which is brought under rotation and immersed in the materials to be engraved, another one is Engraving with fixed tools in which fixed diamond is used as a scoring tool for any surface metals to crave, another one is Conventional Hand-Engravings in which it has usually slightly curved tool with a sharp blade, another one is Electric-Engravings which is also known as EDM (electrical discharge machining) here a metal pin acts as an anode which ids allowed to oscillate towards catf\hod when current is passed, another one is Laser Engravings which is mostly adopted as in modern techniques in laser engravings where the engravings are evaporated by hot laser created by high temperature.