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Old Thu 29 September 2011, 12:17
danilom
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Fake wood burns, cheap way instead of laser engraving

While looking for some solutions for marking the stuff I make, thought that only way is a laser engraver or branding iron

Look at this article about using ammonium chloride and a stamp tool!
http://makeprojects.com/Project/Chem...dburning/827/1

So now I can make my own wood engraving marks and branding. If someone try's it before me ... post some pictures.

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For all practical purposes, the resulting chemical burn is indistinguishable from a heat burn. It is waterproof and can be finished or otherwise treated like a conventional pyrograph
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