engraved black brass
Engraved brass plate
A-1 Engraving Service
391 W. Butterfield Rd.
Chino Valley, Az.  86323
(928) 636-6141
Acceptance Mark
Diamond Engraved Brass Tag
With Blackened Text
Diamond Engraved Black Brass
With Inverted Corners
brass plate laser engraved
Laser Engraved Black Brass Tag
With Rounded Corners
Laser Engraved Brass Tags
Diamond Engraved Brass Tags
Diamond Engraved Black-Brass Tags
Ornamental Brass Plates
Stainless Steel Tags
Laser Engraved Aluminum Tags
Copper Tags
Laser Engraved Plastic Tags
Dog Tags
Engravved Dog Tags
Solar Tags
Engraved Tags & Plates
Trophy Plates
Diamond Engraved Trophy Plates
Laser Engraved Brass Trophy Plates
Diamond Engraved
Brass Trophy Plate
Diamond Engraved Black Brass Trophy Plate
From laser engraved brass tags, plastic tags, aluminum tags, stainless steel tags, dog tags, medical dog tags, and name tags, to diamond engraved metal tags including brass tags, brass luggage tags and, aluminum tags. A-1 Engraving Service provides a broad range of custom engraving services for business, commercial,  industry, and personal use. Our engraving services include metal engraving, engraved metal tags, laser engraved plastic tags, id tags, name tags, copper tags, metal name tags, and laser engraved plastic nametags.
A-1 Engraving Service
Medical Dog Tags
Brass Luggage Tags
  Engraved Tags, Plates, Plaques and Signs For Business, Commercial and Personal Use
Diamond drag engraving is done with a diamond tip cutter. This process etches the text and/or logo into the metal. This is the most traditional way to to make engraved  tags, trophy plates, plaques, and nameplates. The diamond cutter can etch very fine lines into most materials, which gives an elegant look to tags, plaques, trophy plates, name tags, and nameplates.

The difference between diamond drag engraving and laser engraving is that the diamond tip cutter actually "drags" across the material being engraved while laser engraving uses a laser to engrave or mark an object. This technique can be very technical and complex and usually uses a computer system to drive the movements of the laser head. Despite the complexity of laser engraving, very precise and clean engravings can be achieved at a high rate.