View Full Version : Web Links for Engravers Art and Logos

Keith Outten
07-10-2004, 8:11 AM
Here are a few links to web sites that might be of interest to engravers;

5000 Logos

Brands of the World

Seals and Military Insignia

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's online digital media library

CORELDRAW - Converting images to Vector Format

Cornell University Library's contributions to Making of America

American Memory - 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections.

Ken Nelsen
07-11-2004, 3:38 AM
Where do you find the time?
Excellent links.
Many thanks,

Keith Outten
07-11-2004, 5:47 AM

I visited your web site, you have a very nice selection of engraving services. You might be interested in the Manufacturer and Builder Newspaper that is available from the the link below. Choose the hi-res versions of the pages, you will find lots of nice graphics, many are excellent for your engraving library and since the M&B Newspaper is from the 1800's it is unlikely that there is a copywrite issue.


George M. Perzel
07-11-2004, 9:45 AM
Hi Keith;
I am a new member to your forum-joined yesterday after stumbling acrooss your site during a search. I want to commend you on setting up an outstanding venue for sharing info on lasering and thank you for your continuing support and effort.
I own a LaserPro Mercury - 100 watt unit which I purchased new about a year ago as an adjunct tool to aid my woodworking hobby in retirement-ended up starting another business - see www.laserarts.net (http://www.laserarts.net)
What a year it has been!- I am constantly amazed (as are my friends and customers) as to what can be done with a laser. Not a week goes by without finding a new application or things to try-even lasered kids names on cookies for my granddaughters birthday party!
I have learned a lot in that year,especially regarding cutting and engraving many different species of wood (no trouble with purpleheart but ebony defies belief!). I would be more than happy to share this knowledge should anyone in the forum have questions or need advice.
Meanwhile, here's a few more links for folks to try:





Again, Many thanks for a great site!
George M. Perzel

Keith Outten
07-11-2004, 6:51 PM

Welcome to SawMill Creek! Our laser woodworking forum is growing and the number of woodworkers who are now expressing an interest in lasers is just now starting to take off. In time we hope to be sharing a huge amount of data, information and project drawings. Hopefully we will be able to help those who purchase laser engravers in the future, there are very few resources available these days and help can be very hard to find so that is why we are hoping to attrach some very talented people here.

I visited your web site this afternoon and it looks like you have been very busy, I think you have produced more projects then I have, nice work.