Brunel Engraving Introduce Chemical Etching and Anodic Print

In October 2011 we introduced new engraving processes, one being Chemical Etching. This is a process which complements the engraving and allows us to produce larger quantities of labels at a lesser cost for the customer. It also allows us to engrave finer detail rather than using traditional engraving machines where the detail is not as superior. 

Another process we introduced was Anodic Print. This involves printing into an anodised surface of aluminum to create a solvent resistant print which is UV stable and far more durable than a screen print.