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Synonyms for engrave

Synonyms for engrave

to cut (a design or inscription) into a hard surface, especially for printing

to produce a deep impression of

Synonyms for engrave

carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface

impress or affect deeply

carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block

carve or cut a design or letters into

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He adds that it takes him 18 to 20 days to engrave patterns on a small size arm and it fetches him around Rs30,000.
The gun I did was easy to engrave because I went to the SHOT Show, spoke with the CEO of the then-new company and arranged to buy one of his guns "in the white." The gun came to me with no finish, no case coloring, but was in all other respects a finished firearm.
Modestly Barbara says that anyone can engrave and advises anyone interested to practise on their own glassware to build up confidence.
With the soldering iron, engrave designs on the rubber strips.
Not only is there no requirement to engrave information on tools, but you definitely shouldn't do it.
Gifted artists were routinely employed to draw and engrave images of people, places, and events.
Epilog's C[O.sub.2] laser engraving and cutting systems engrave and personalize products, allowing for detailed graphic images and precision cuts.
Mark Churchill, aged 18, spent the past three years learning how to engrave glass while studying at the Glasshouse College, at the Ruskin Centre, in Amblecote, Stourbridge.
WHEN THE FIRST lasers were used for engraving purposes over 20 years ago, one of the main attractions was the lasers' ability to engrave detailed artwork directly on to wood, producing truly unique and eye catching results.
Start with an adjustable-sighted Freedom Arms .50AE; round butt the grip frame; cut the barrel to 4 1/2"; recrown and solidly re-mount the front sight with an Allen screw; round off all sharp edges; engrave the frame, barrel and cylinder, and you'll get a devil of a sixgun known as Lucifer's Hammer.
Inasmuch as this, to Giovanni Battista Mantovano (engraver of prints and excellent sculptor, whose story I related in the Lives of Giulio Romano and Marcantonio Bolognese) there were born two sons who engrave copper plates divinely, and what is more marvelous, a daughter named Diana also engraves so well that it is a wonderful thing: and when I saw her, a very well-bred and charming young lady, and her works, which are most beautiful, I was stunned.(9)
Vision also manufactures an extensive line of engraving fixtures, clamps, and other work-holding devices that help engrave more effectively and efficiently.