FAQ

What is the process for having a custom engraving made?

There is some basic info I will need when you contact me about an engraving.
What item would you like to have engraved.
How many of these items do you need.
What text or design would you like engraved.

From there I will create a digital proof that will be emailed to you for approval.
You can request changes at that time and I will send a revised proof.
Once you have approved the design, and payment has been sent, I will begin engraving the item(s).

Can I choose my own Fonts?

I will generally provide a couple different font options when I send digital proofs for your review.
But, if you are as picky as I am with fonts, you might want to select your own.

I suggest going to  www.dafont.com
Select what category of font you are looking for. Retro, Western, Calligraphy, etc.
You will then see a place you can type in the text you want engraved, (see below) and you will be shown examples of that text in all those fonts.
Then just let me know the name of the font(s) you would like me to use.

Do I have to provide the logo or graphics?

I am not currently offering any services to create a detailed company logo for you or your business.
This would need to be provided by you in either a high res JPG or PNG, or preferably an SVG format.
However, if you are only needing something with simple shapes and text, I can certainly create a design for you.

I have a library of graphics on hand and can most likely come up with a design that fits your needs.
These graphics can sometimes be modified to best suit the look you are wanting.

Additional fees may be required for extensive design work.

What can NOT be engraved on?

Glass
White and other light colored plastics
Some plastics that are cheaply "metal" plated.
Some types of wood.

Disclaimer

It can not be guaranteed how customer provided objects will turn out once laser engraved. you will be provided with a proof of art work prior to engraving, but we are not liable for the object's unique properties not reacting as expected to the engraving process.