Sign & Digital Graphics

September '19

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ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL S ign shops, trophy shops and engrav- ing companies typically have a CO 2 laser engraver that allows them to cut and engrave anything from acrylic to wood, glass, ceramic, paper, cardboard and even rubber. "The fact that the laser machine can work with such a large variety of mate- LASER CO 2 laser engravers offer many options in multiple markets B Y S H E L L E Y W I D H A L M Shelley Widhalm is a freelance writer and editor and founder of Shell's Ink Services, a writing and edit- ing service based in Loveland, Colorado. She has more than 15 years of experience in communications and holds a mas- ter's degree in English from Colorado State University. She can be reached at shellsinkservices.com or shellsink- services@gmail.com. 14 • September 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Perfect FOR YOUR Targets Trotec offers a variety of colors in TroGlass acrylic that can be cut on a laser engraver. Image courtesy of Trotec Laser.

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