When you see this level of commitment the cafe has to their food labels, you can rest assure their menu is here to stay.
Unlike the usual acrylic mediums we have been engraving on, this material above consists of a 70% acrylic, 30% ceramic composite, giving it a rather natural finishing.
In ancient times, wood engraving referred to the manual process of carving indentations into wood using hand tools. Till date, this trade is still being practiced in parts of Singapore, mainly for the Chinese market’s signage requirements. What we have above, however, is done via our CNC engraving machine and filled with gold paint, to join Balestier Hill Primary School’s PSLE wall of achievements plaque.
This is a piece of 2.4mm thick 3-ply acrylic engravable material. It is fire retardant and slightly more brittle than the conventional 2-ply gravoply materials. They usually come in thickness of 1.5mm, but thickness of 2.4mm or even 3mm is possible upon request.
Previous an unassuming everyday item, thse wooden hangers are now a right match for wedding gowns and lovely dresses. Our engraving differs from laser engraving, whereby there is no burnt mark, resulting in the natural finishing color of the wood.
Commonly seen on the doors of offices or on partitions, our aluminum door holders comes with changeable engraved acrylic name labels slotted into them for better versatility.
A lovely border design engraved into a 2-ply gold acrylic.
Legend plates and labels made out of engraved 2-ply acrylic material. #engraving #label
A 8 millimetre-thick acrylic that’s been engraved with a fire hydrant logo and finished off with a “frost” effect.
We very excited to be a part of this years’ Printpack+Sign 2017, happening at MBS his week from Wednesday to Friday from 11am to 7pm. This is our first time participating in this exhibition, and I’ll personally be around all 3 days to facilitate.