Awards & Engraving

April '19

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A&E APRIL 2019 • 11 they know the equipment inside and out. "To become familiar with the laser system, beginners should start with training from the manufacturer or the manufacturer's local rep- resentative, followed by thoroughly reading the system user guide," advises Scott. Go a step further and also get familiar with the software. Together, this gives a new user a good start. McGee continues, adding that a wide range of resources such as user manuals, local laser workshops, online tutorials, PDF guides, downloadable application files, and several how-to YouTube videos are often available directly from your supplier. Voigt brings specific focus to the online and internet community. "We all go to YouTube to watch and learn about a wide variety of things, which has a lot of informa- tion about lasers," he elaborates. On top of that, he recommends attending trade shows, which feature equipment demos, hands-on learning, and a variety of classes where you Providing the key ingredient for a healthy and productive work environment: clean air. 1-877-9-QUATRO AIR TECHNOLOGIES INC. OVER 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN FUME EXTRACTION AND AIR FILTRATION Laser Fume Extractors For Any Setup And Budget, Big Or Small The benefits of offering laser engraving services in an awards and personalization shop are numerous, including the ability to customize gift products. IMAGE COURTESY GRAVOGRAPH

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