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Mike writes – “In this article, Jeff Conner describes the process for creating brass nameplates from scratch. I’m restoring a 1942 South Bend Lathe and found the information particularly interesting as I’ve got a few tags that could stand being recreated, and a racecar that could stand a little custom nameplate work!”Link.

Phillip Torrone

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Stokes on said:

    Neat! I’ve seen people make panel labels by ironing toner onto metal, but I hadn’t thought of actually etching the design into it.

  2. super_J_dynamite on said:

    I’ve considered using a Gocco machine to do this. Maybe I’ll give it a try and see how it works out.

  3. Now a days brass nameplates are in demands for industrial use and office use.This is one of the most useable product for address and for viewing name on steel,wood,brass,etc.Thanks for showing this post.

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