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Shree Thakore Engravers formerly known as Thakore Engravers was established in the year 1963 in Manekchowk, Ahmedabad. We started manufacturing rubber stamps, job work of hand engraving, stamping punches, stencils, brass stamps, gun metal dies for stamping on clothes for stanforized machines in textile industries & mills. We brought the first and most precised 3D engraving machine of then named DECKEL company (now known as DMG MORI) in Gujarat in 1965. Since then it has been into our service with utmost precision. We have adapted latest technologies and are into precision and micro engraving field from the last 60 years with perfect accuracy and faster job accomplishment as required by our clients. Our prime clients include renowned companies like CADMACH MACHINERY CO. PRIVATE LIMITED, HARSHA ENGINEERS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, FLUIDPACK, CROWN METALS PVT. LTD, SAIMACH PHARMATECH PVT. LTD, ATLAS PLASTIC, JYOTI PLASTICS, RAJA SLATES,  etc.

A small description of the term "ENGRAVING"

A Timeless Art of Precision and Expression

Engraving is a venerable and meticulous art form that has transcended centuries, bridging the realms of craftsmanship, technology, and artistic expression. Defined as the practice of incising a design onto a hard surface, such as metal, wood, or stone, engraving has been an essential means of communication and artistic representation throughout human history. Its roots can be traced back to the earliest civilizations, where it served not only as a form of expression but also as a means of recording historical events and transmitting cultural knowledge. Engraving encompasses a variety of techniques, each requiring precision and skill.

Metal Engraving involves cutting a design into a metal surface using sharp tools, such as burins or gravers. Copper, steel, and brass are often used for metal engraving. The depth and width of the cuts, along with the pressure applied, determine the intricacy and shading of the design.

Engraving is an enduring art form that has evolved and adapted throughout history. From its origins as cave etchings to its role in contemporary art and technology, engraving remains a testament to human creativity, precision, and craftsmanship. Its versatility, from traditional techniques to cutting-edge digital methods, ensures its continued relevance in various industries and artistic pursuits. As we celebrate the art of engraving, we acknowledge its pivotal role in human history and its ongoing capacity to captivate and inspire generations to come.


Engraving on Brick Dies

Brass Seals

Engraving on Tableting Machine Punches

Stamping Punches

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