Awards & Engraving

April '18

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28 • A&E APRIL 2018 W hen you think of r o u t e r s , v i s i o n s of huge pieces of equipment with large-scale proj- ects may cross your mind, and for good reason. Routers are work- horses built to handle large jobs, jobs typically not found in your mom-and-pop engraving shop. So why entertain the idea of a router if you own an awards and engraving retail business? To this and other questions, there are answers. While it may not be the first piece of equipment that comes to mind, a router cer- tainly has its place for the right shop in the right market. If you're curious about these machines and need help determining if they're right for you, we have some ex- perts who are willing to help. By Cassie Green Why adding routers can lead to success Less Traveled By The Route Less Traveled By Routers can handle large and small projects alike, helping increase efficiency in an awards retail environment. IMAGE COURTESY VISION ENGRAVING & ROUTING SYSTEMS

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