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    Electro-Etching Maker's Name

    I like stamps, but at times I might have to work with a thicker stock, so I have to look for alternative ways of marking my work.

    So, I would like to explore Electro-Etching. Can you guys chime on this? I would be interested in quality equipment (plan to keep for a long time without upgrades), so would like to know what the startup cost is.

    Thanks,

    M


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    talk to butch .. he did a demo last year at warrens ,, the equipment was not too expensive

    http://www.etch-o-matic.biz/knifemaker.htm
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    Marko,

    Butch had a thread on this over in his forum:

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...ching-question

    Hope this is what you need.

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Marko,

    Butch had a thread on this over in his forum:

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...ching-question

    Hope this is what you need.

    Rick
    Will look at it. Thanks!


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    Yes talk to Butch, he has the deepest clearest mark possible, looks stamped sometimes.

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    I'm not the guy to talk to here.

    I've been using a trickle battery charger for years. it works but it's frustrating as hell sometimes.

    just haven't stepped up to a personalizer yet, I'd really like to.

    Stephan

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    the personalizer + is $$ well spent if you aew in this full time or even if you jsut want stupid easy makers marks

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    Quote Originally Posted by l r harner View Post
    the personalizer + is $$ well spent if you aew in this full time or even if you jsut want stupid easy makers marks
    I would love to stick with a stamp, but it has its limitations. Plus, you can change your mark or logo, for less than ordering a new stamp. I will adapt my stamps for wood products, so I don't feel bad about money wasted.

    M


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    Ill second the Personalizer plus!
    Had one for years. Love it.

    God Bless
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    +1 on the Personalizer Plus. Just do it - you won't regret it.
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