Qualities You Should Understand about Engraving Brass and Other Alloys

Many industries require the use of brass alloys in one way or another. The shipping, construction and design industries all appreciate the qualities of the metal. As a copper-zinc alloy, the zinc gives the metal strength and creates an anti-corrosive, aesthetically pleasing product. Small percentages of other metals are included to create each alloy.

You may be wondering if your business should branch out into using different kinds of brass alloy in your projects. There is some background you’ll need to know about the properties of these materials before selecting a product with your supplier. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2qDllko

The Art of Engraving Brass is Nuanced by the Type of Brass Tubing


Engraving–the art of incising a design on a hard, flat surface–is a historically important process that has withstood the test of time. While the techniques have been slightly modernized to accommodate new technologies, its artistic contribution to society, in general, remains prolific.

The Basics

Brass is just one of the many commonly used bases for engraving. The technique for engraving brass is not that much different from engraving other types of metal, such as steel or copper. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oPaq6x

Stonemasons Should Begin Making and Engraving Brass Headstone Plaques

For stonemasons, and those who are in the business of creating headstones, work can be very sombre. Understandably, clients would want only the best so they may remember their recently departed loved one. Headstone suppliers should consider new and interesting materials to make their products from, so that they can offer a more diverse selection to their clients.

Granite and Stone Headstones

Most headstone providers will use granite and other stones, as they are hold up well to nearly everything like rain, hail, mould, and mildew. A granite headstone will also still be legible in a hundred years time. The catch is that it requires a good amount of upkeep from clients. After many years have passed, the cold winters, hot summers, and sandy and windy days will start to take their toll on the lettering of the headstone, making it harder and harder to read. Read more from this blog http://bit.ly/2lyj88G

Brass Tubing: A Versatile Material for Signs

If you are looking to create a unique and striking sign for your business, you have many materials to use. Brass tubing, in particular, may be a metal to consider because of the varied benefits it provides.

Easy to Work With

One thing you’ll find with brass tubing is that it is very easy to work with. Manipulating it to different positions or cutting it doesn’t require a lot of expensive tools. This is particularly true if you select brass tubing that is thin and therefore very malleable. Continue reading

Lifting the Mood in Residential Bathrooms with Quality Brass Tubing


Most people rarely spend more time in the bathroom than they need to. It’s merely a stopover before the morning rush to work, or a quick rest stop before resuming daily activities. That’s why many homeowners settle for the most basic of bathroom design and fittings before focusing on beautifying other areas of the house.

With the right touches, however, the bathroom can be a magnificent sanctuary inside your home. It can be a place to collect yourself and find your center before finding the hustle and bustle of the day.
Creating this ambiance doesn’t have to be expensive nor extravagant, either. Strategic design elements using quality brass tubing can spread a lovely visual warmth and feel inside any bathroom in your home.

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How to Use Brass to Beautify a Bathroom

Brass and bathrooms go together like a candle and flame; they maintain a history in bathroom design over the years and the trends. They are trending once again as a classic way to insert color, interest, and quirkiness into what can be an otherwise uninspiring room in the house. If you are designing bathrooms for clients who aren’t satisfied with the standard chrome faucets and piping, it is well worth suggesting brass as an alternative. Continue reading