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What the heck is chemical etching?

Posted by Sean Andrus on Apr 25, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Wikipedia has a definition.  It is the subtractive manufacturing process of using baths of temperature-regulated etching chemicals to remove material to create an object with the desired shape. It is mostly used on metals... The process essentially involves bathing the cutting areas in a corrosive chemical .... Okay, enough of that! If you want to geek out some more, please feel free to learn everything you could possibly want to know by following the link above.  But what you probably really care about is whether this is the right process for your client’s request. 

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Tags: Metal Marking, Marking Processes, Chemical etching

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Identification Plates, Inc is a family owned, Texas-based manufacturer and distributor of stock & custom metal products to a variety of industries worldwide

Identification Plates, Inc. has long been known for providing sheet metal, stock and custom blanks to the awards and recognition industry.  We stock over 130 different types of sheet metal. In addition to the standard brass, aluminum, and plated steel, we also offer hard-to-find nickel silver, copper, anodized aluminum and stainless steel. From this variety of metals, we can fabricate hundreds of different shapes and sizes of blanks for your engraving, sublimation, and laser engraving needs.

 

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