Mechanical engraving is a machining process that consists of 'hollowing-out' the material using a drill.
The material is removed using cutting tools, " engraving drills " of different shapes and sizes. This process is used to engrave characters, symbols or shapes. The drill follows the digital machine's machining toolpaths defined using CAD / CAM software (Computer-Assisted Design / Computer-Assisted Manufacturing).
Mechanical engraving; precision and repeatability. It is suitable for almost all materials ( metals , alloys, wood , stone and plastics , etc.).
Mechanical engraving is used for both permanent engraving and artistic engraving. Effectiveness and creativity are synonymous with mechanical engraving. Therefore, Gravotech offers an extensive range of engraving solutions:
Gravograph's solutions meet the identification, information, communication, personalization and enhancement needs of various media and media. They can be used to engrave finished products and tools (stamping tools, molds, gilding iron and electrodes, etc.). The benefits of these solutions are numerous and varied, including:
From a precision instrument to industrial equipment
Gravotech works with graviters and manufacturers requiring robustness and productivity as artisans who are more experienced in this field. Jewelry, funeral, signage, armory, multi-services, sports and trophies, souvenirs, high-tech products and advertising items, are just a few. Gravotech is a solution for each of their needs.
Mechanical engraving is suitable for plastics, metals and other materials. The engraving settings (depth, tool and speed, etc.) should be adapted to the object being achieved to achieve an aesthetically-successful final result.
Gravotech's solutions allow metal materials to be mechanically engraved such as brass, anodised aluminum, stainless steel, coated metals and stainless steel, etc.
They can also be used to permanently engrave plastics, acrylic, plexiglass and ABS, etc., in addition to wood, glass, leather, paper and cardboard, etc.