Monday, November 8, 2010

More pics

Hi and welcome back
Here are a few more pics of my recent work.

 Electrolytically etched aluminium Id plate

Dye sublimated Id plate

Crystal paperweight

Boxed Paperweight

Etched and paintfilled stainless steel sign

Box for paperweight

A pair of Mace engineering rocker covers
etched and paint filled for Rat's Ass Racing

This granite slab is etched and paint filled
for my cousin's wedding

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Onsite sandblaster

Hi, I have added this video to show how dust free my onsite blast machine is.
Thanks go to Tom Mikulic for the filming and editing.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Other Services @ Etchworx

Hi Folks Thanks for coming back. Today I want to show you the other things that we do at Superior Etchworx. In addition to the various etching and engraving services we do
General signage
Computer cut letters and stickers
Custom made fabric covers with artwork including digital print
Vehicle graphics
Personalised Tshirts and stubby holders
Dye sublimation
Trophies and Corporate Awards

An advertising wheelcover for a 4wd, I made the cover and artworked it with computer cut vinyl

A jetski that needed repro graphics

Some General signage

A bit of fun for the caravanner

Some Vehicle graphics

T shirts and stubby holders

Digitally printed banners

Thanks for looking

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Todays Gallery

2.7m stone panel for a bar/restaurant

Car Stuff


Thanks Briony for getting these for your loved ones

Two shots of the same vase. Thanks to the staff at Karingal Vetinary Hospital.

The guys at HMAS Cerberus love their zippo lighters

 Practice Pieces

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Another Gallery

An experiment with etching painted glass.
On the left the back was painted then deep etched to give a 3d effect to the lettering. The right one was deep etched on the front for an engraved look. Both were subsequently filled with silver paint.

Using the information gained from the experiment I etched this table top.

I've been doing a fair bit of custom etching  for gifts lately.

                                                          A spectacular whisky barrel

Gifts for friends

Items on sale in my shop
Vase $50au

Larger Vase $65au

Paper weights $25 au each

Thanks for visiting my blog

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Architectural Etching

Welcome to today's Architectrual etching blog

Etching can be used to enhance a building's beauty , safety and privacy , it can also help commercial occupants be noticed. Etching is a far more versatile process than engraving and is more pleasing aesthetically than conventional signmaking methods.

Windows can be etched with beautiful images and glass doors can have small etchings to prevent people from walking into them. Windows can also carry a commercial occupant's logo. Glass , metal, stone, wood and some plastics can be etched to make signage throughout a building to help people find their way around.

You can etch shower screens and glass or metal splashbacks or have a motif ecthed in feature tiles. Buildings with stone tiles can have designs etched in them for beauty and for antislip in external doorways. Superior etchworx can do this in your premises without making a dusty mess thanks to our vacuum recovery sandblaster.

Please browse the photos.
Thanks for looking at my blog.

Doorway side lights etched for privacy

Identifying a professional service

House name sign

Corporate Identity sign

House address sign

building plaque