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Here's a set of high-quality knob inserts designed for fine stainless steel cookware. All use a combination of brushed and bright aluminum layered with a transparent gold tint. Embossing further defines the graphics and adds dimension. The inserts illustrate how basically the same processes can be used to create unique looks.
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Recently we introduced our Cosmetic Decorative Gallery and Diamond Cut Gallery. Our newest gallery is the Doming Gallery which features nameplates and labels with a clear lens-like dome. Use the gallery for inspiration in creating nameplates and labels which use a urethane dome to create a three-dimensional look. See how others have used this process in their product identification.
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This set of three aluminum engine cover inserts is designed to add a touch of bling to your Harley. With a nod towards retro automobiles, bright aluminum ribs are prominently featured against a brushed background. The ribs are embossed into a multi-contoured surface and combined with multi-level embossing creating further dimension on the inserts. Diamond cutting adds to the bling accenting the 103 graphics with a crisp highly polished border.
Request a Nameplate Materials and Processes Guide to begin exploring the options available to you in creating your product branding. Custom color matches, texture and assembly are only some of the options in creating your nameplate.
Recently I posted 12 Aluminum Nameplates with Bright Graphics which features nameplates enhanced with bright aluminum graphics. Today I would like to share 10 nameplates which rely on diamond cutting to create crisp polished graphics. Diamond cutting is often used in combination with bright aluminum graphics. It also stand alone as a distinctive option for silver graphics. Which diamond cut nameplates below inspire you?
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