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If I did metal, I'd see if a carbide scribe would leave a good signature...

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Comment by Richard L. Sherer on November 13, 2017 at 11:48am

For soft metals, a signature stamp can be laser cut accurately Mine has letters about 1/16"high and is accurate.

Comment by Mark Zirinsky on Wednesday

Sevefral ways, engraving tools, flex shaft, inlay it, or easiest is using a scribe. In my studio I use a sharpened diamond point scribe, at shows I take a carbide scribe, which works well on aluminum and stainless. Diamond is best for 18kt, carbide works on sterling, steel is best for 24kt and fine silver. A flex shaft with diamond tools works best on gemstones; engraving tools take some (years) practice to master

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