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How to Metal Etch Your Tools

28 Jun 2016 - 2 years ago    ChrisFix

DIY Metal Etching. Learn how to add larger sized numbers to your sockets so you can actually see what size they are, and learn how to etch your name or logo ...


Etching your name on tools

18 Mar 2014 - 4 years ago    CuriosityShow

It helps to have your name permanently engraved on valuable tools, but engraving is difficult. Rob shows an easy and inexpensive way to label your steel tools ...


DIY: Etch your name in metal using a battery!

12 Jan 2017 - 1 year ago    Sultimate

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How to Engrave Tools With the Dremel Engraver! Write Your Name On Your Tools

07 Feb 2017 - 1 year ago    cole parker

This is a semi review on the tool engraver by dremel. It is really a way to show you guys how to etch your name or your symbol into your tools so no one can get ...


Engraving Your Tools with Professional Results

13 Feb 2016 - 2 years ago    Dan Pattison

Learn a quick and easy way to mark your tools or other belongings that looks professional and is consistent from from item to item. Buy the Dremel Engraver on ...


Etch METAL with Battery Power

31 Jan 2018 - 10 months ago    The King of Random

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How To Engrave Etch Metal At Home Easy

12 Oct 2016 - 2 years ago    Randomize Me

How to engrave / etch metal at home the easy way. Make your own art. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/radomizeme ...


How To Engrave Metal With A Dremel Or ANY Rotary Tool

30 Nov 2017 - 1 year ago    Cornelius Creations

How to engrave metal with a Dremel or ANY Rotary Tool. I hope you learn a lot from this video! SUBSCRIBE HERE: ▻ YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2mEWLQk ...


How To Etch Metal Using Common Household Items

24 Sep 2017 - 1 year ago    Trent

Here's a simple way to Etch Metal. In my case I needed to Etch a knife blade. Here are the tools you'll need... 1. 12V car battery 2. Jumper Cables 3. Vinegar 4.


How to Metal Etch a Logo

26 May 2016 - 2 years ago    Rusty Glovebox

How I metal etched my new Logo onto a railroad spike knife. I used a 12 volt battery charger, salt solution and vinyl sticker to etch the logo. Music by: Whiskey ...


Etching A Logo Into Steel - How To

13 Jun 2016 - 2 years ago    Greg's Garage

Some salt water, a battery charger and a cut vinyl mask are all you need to etch steel, stainless or other metals with your logo or makers mark. If you are looking ...


Etching a Professional Looking Makers Mark or Name on a Knife Blade with Household Items

18 Nov 2012 - 6 years ago    corinkayaker

This is how I quickly and easily etch all my blades, using stuff from around the house. I can recommend this as the easiest professional looking method around.


Metal Etching

18 Apr 2012 - 6 years ago    LandmarkAdventures

How to etch metal.


Home Etching

17 Apr 2015 - 3 years ago    556x45FMJ

Etch your own receivers using supplies you probably already have in your garage.


Metal etching

01 Dec 2015 - 3 years ago    Keith Chism


How To Etch Your Initials Into a Knife Blade

31 Jul 2012 - 6 years ago    Nick Van Leuven Bushcraft

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An Electric Pencil for Metal Etching DIY / Metal Etching Tool

08 Dec 2017 - 1 year ago    KREOSAN English

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DIY Knife Logo Metal Etching How To project

16 Oct 2015 - 3 years ago    DIYeasycrafts

DIY Knife Logo Metal Etching How To Project. How to easily etch any name or logo into metal. Great for marking your name or logo when making your own ...


DIY: Logo transfer / etching on Knife

07 Jul 2015 - 3 years ago    Geko on Crete

1. to transfer a logo to a knifeblade you need a laser printer! inkjet dont work for this! and not every paper works. try different typ of paper. best results for me was ...