Stamping jewelry

Has anyone tried using this product ? I wanted to see if it is possible

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Yes, using steel stamps and a hammer.

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If you’re asking if you can laser engrave them you need anodized aluminum blanks, not silver ones.

Previously:

That thread has a link to a source for what you may want to try. Anodized aluminum engraves really nicely.

More examples of anodized:

https://community.glowforge.com/search?q=anodized%20in:first%20%23glowforge-project-examples

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Because it isn’t anodized?

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Right, because it’s not anodized… I have had it work with Cermark off/on. I end up wasting more than works so I don’t even try anymore.

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Your laser can’t mark metal. It can remove paint or anodization from metal. You can also use something like cermark to bake an image onto the metal. Do some searching here and you will see what others have used. Everything from moly lube to mustard might work in some cases.

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For more in depth discussion of metalwork, check out #11:

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I have used similar, but stainless steel, not aluminum. And, I used LaserBond 100 to mark them…which is a similar product to Cermark.

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I’ve used these exact ones with cermark and they work.

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