Engraving sMachine from DATRON is engineered in Germany with 60,000 RPM spindle

Engraving Machine

 

Designed with the industrial engraver in mind, DATRON engraving machines are your first choice for 3D engraving in brass, steel, aluminum and plastics. A solid cast steel base provides excellent vibration dampening and yields the superior surface finishes needed to produce 3D molds, stamps, and dies of the highest quality. 40,000 - 60,000 RPM spindles, a granite machining table and steel construction = superior surface finish. Additionally, our 3D Probe can help you produce awe-inspriring results. DATRON engraving machines are employed in 3D engraving applications for die and moldmaking. This includes:

 

  • Firearm engraving
  • Embossing dies
  • 3D molds & stamps
  • Coining dies
  • Roll dies
  • Hot stamping & combination dies
  • Steel dies
  • Steel molds
  • Name plate engraving
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Prototype mold making

 

LEARN MORE: View our Engraving Steel Parts Showcase (at the bottom of the page) and download our engraving steel Case Study (below):


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Engraving Machines - While all DATRON machines are designed for engraving, here are a few specific models that you may want to look at: M75, M7, MLCube (see page bottom for reasons).

 

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Engraving Machine Parts Showcase (Sample Photos):

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Engraving Machines:
While all DATRON milling machines are designed for precise engraving of steel and virtually any other millable material, there are some differentiators that may help you to narrow your search. For example, if you are simply engraving steel with alphanumeric markings such as in name plate engraving or firearm serialization, then the M75 is not only suited to this work but also represents an affordable entré to engraving steel.

For intricate, high quality 3D steel engraving, the M7 is a step up from the M75 that can be specifically configured for your steel engraving application. The M7HP is designed for applications requiring tight tolerance, accuracy and industrial reliability. This machine is a workhorse for some of the world's top firearm manufacturers and is used to engrave both logos and serial numbers, as well as other branding and markings.

Now, if an extremely large work area is required, as is the case for some architectual signage applications like engraving stainless steel lobby signs and way finding signs, the MLCube is a large format milling and engraving machine that is ideally suited. Batch machining and engraving of stainless steel elevator panels is another application where the 60" x 40" travel of the MLCube could be utilized.