Entries by Jeffrey

Branding stamp with a diameter of 8mm

Sometimes a small engraving order comes in, literally very small. The request was for a branding stamp with a diameter of 8mm, to be engraved. The engraving consists of a gear wheel along the outer rim and in the middle a logo of 3 W’s against each other. With a 0,1mm cutter we milled the […]

From now on Gravure Den Helder is really GravoSign

From 01-05-2018 we continued on as GravoSign, formerly Gravure Den Helder. There is much ado with a name change. Beside informing our suppliers and customers, our name also has to be changed everywhere it is mentioned on line. However, it was time for something new, for the name “Gravure Den Helder” no longer covered all […]

Aluminum front panel for a model train.

An enthusiastic model builder came in with the question whether we could make a front plate for a control panel. He had drawn up a schematic representation of his self-built train track, including locations and dimensions for the buttons and switches. We milled the lines and then wrapped them in black lacquer. In addition, all […]

Laser engraving of luminescent book.

This light book was a gift for someone who turned 50 years old. It is a wooden light book, also known as ‘Book lamp’. When you open the book, light shines through the pages which if you put it open results in a beautiful lamp. To personalize the gift, the question was whether we could […]

Fiber engraving on a series of Leatherman Multitools

“Can you also engrave a logo in a Leatherman Multitool?” That was the question of a customer that  wanted to give it as business gifts. He wanted the company logo engraved in the Multitools to personalize it. There was, however, a tight time-schedule because the next day they had to be sent out. After some […]