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up from the bottom, this platform protects the product. I have a 1/8-inch edge around both the top and bottom of this platform to make it sit above the screws and provide edges for some prod- ucts to be placed up against. As the urn stands tall on this platform, there is no reliable up- per left corner to place it against, and the round-overs may not be even. Engraving it from the center is the most reliable starting position. I engrave a full border and corner graphics for a large cemetery with a high-end customer base. They are picky about the center- G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 0 J U L Y G R A P H I C S P R O 4 1 Top: A lasered border engraved from the center of the urn. Above: The urn is en- graved straight but is off center by 1/32 of an inch, which is not noticeable. If it was tilted, it would be noticeable. Committed to being OPEN & SAFE Wow Customers with Custom Wood Work C o n t ac t u s t o s e e w h a t we c a n d o fo r yo u ! 1. 4 06 .628.7914 | B i g s k y wo o d c ra f t e r s .c o m S a l e s @ B i g s k y wo o d c ra f t e r s .c o m | F a x : 4 06 .628.7915

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