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Some Logo Engravings

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GoTaLL    0

Making some logo engravings on 14 case sides for Ebuyer.com.

well I have a few "Small" project beside of this that takes "some" of my time too tho.

Wile starting this I Just got Booked to come to england to be performing live engravings at i30, so hopefully ill see some of you english lads there :) .

just a preview of what im making..

case sides. 7 cases 14 sides 119 logos.

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done with one side..

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Bigger image. the custompc logo I havent filled in yet.. but I will

http://www.customengraver.se/bigimages/ebuyer/ebuy.jpg

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ID    0

Very nice work. I have to admit though, I've never gotten too excited about corporate logos. :wink:

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scavenger    0
IMG_8980.jpg

Is that the panel of a 900? I've got one and that window/mesh sure is ugly. Luckily the CM folks knew better when they made the STC-TO1 and made a round opening in the panel, though I've been thinking of replacing the stock mesh with a semi-opaque charcoal acrylic with a flat mesh the size of the fan in the middle (the stock mesh is convex and looks more like a speaker).

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hed420    0

Nice engraving job. What tools do you use? A Dremel? If so what bits do you use? Any tips for a beginner engraver? I haven't engraved anything but been wanting to. I think I'm Just afraid of messing my case up. :| If I had some scrap pieces of metal I would try it.

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If I had some scrap pieces of metal I would try it.

You can surely find some, can't you? Why not try it on tin cans, paint buckets et cetera? You can learn the technique with pretty much anything made of metal (avoid pressurized containers, though :)).

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(avoid pressurized containers, though :)).

LOL sure will! :D

So what tools and bits did you use?

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(avoid pressurized containers, though :)).

LOL sure will! :D

So what tools and bits did you use?

Im sure it can be done with DREMEL and a steady hand. but he probly uses some other profesional tools :D

Looks DAMN nice.!

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