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While laser machines do not cut stone materials, you can efficiently and effectively laser engrave stone using a CO₂ laser engraving machine. The process is similar to a kind of "matting" of the material. For best laser engraving results, use dark, polished, and natural types of stone such as granite, marble and basalt. The more homogeneous and fine-grained the stone is, the better the laser engraving results will be. White marble is also a good type for this application because it can produce a solid white stone engraving.
Laser engraving technology is the most advanced method for personalizing stone items. The surface of the stone is melted during laser engraving, so the material is processed directly. The process is much more efficient because there is no need to create a template, and the laser beam is the universal tool for all shapes and material thicknesses. Unlike milling cutters, no separate tool head is required for different materials, shapes or material thicknesses.
Laser engraving on stone is particularly suitable for polished, ideally dark natural stones such as granite, marble, or basalt. The more homogeneous and fine-grained the stone, the better the results of the stone engraving will be. However, even pebbles can be processed well with the laser due to the smooth surface. Another ideal candidate: White marble – the laser engraver can produce a homogeneously white stone engraving.
In order to achieve a stronger contrast, you can fill the engraving with synthetic resin or lacquer. Especially in the case of polished stones, the lacquer or the resin adheres particularly well to the engraved (and thus roughened) surface.
As stones have an uneven surface, they are best suited for coarsely rasterized images (250–333 dpi). Very fine and detailed images may be difficult under certain circumstances, but this depends very much on the structure of the stone
Stedman revolutionized material preparation for the brick, clay and ceramic industries by introducing more cost-efficient processes for clay crushing. Millions of dollars have been saved industry-wide over the last 20 years due to decreased maintenance, lower wear parts cost and lower initial costs for grinding room equipment
Increasing productivity and decreasing maintenance is always at the top of your work list and ours too. We understand that time management is crucial to a successful business, creating saved dollars and a safer work environment in the process
Robinson Brick is known throughout the industry for trying new and innovative things with their equipment. In 1998, it became the first facing brick manufacturer in North America to be registered under the ISO 9001 standard. It continually upgrades its production operation, paying careful attention to quality. When their hammer mill crushers were taking too much downtime to fix, they turned to Stedman Machine. Not only was Robinson satisfied with the machines, they were pleased with the quality of service provided by Stedman
Whenever we need assistance, Stedman has been right there. The Stedman guys know what they are doing and we can get a hold of them during off hours and on the weekend. We are very pleased with the Stedman impactor. It was the right choice. It has eliminated grinding downtime in a big way. ★★★★★
All Materials Do Not Crush The SameOne of the variables affecting the reduction ratio is moisture – just one variable we evaluate in testing. See our Testing and Toll Processing Facility brochure for additional testing information or contact one of our sales staff. To learn more about what to expect from clay crusher testing, read this article that ran in POWDER BULK ENGINEERING magazine
Stedman's testing facilities provide real-world conditions to view your materials being processed. Test out a range of different size reduction methods, saving you both time and money when selecting the proper size reduction method
How do I know this? Working in the industry, I get to attend fun trade shows such as Surfaces and Coverings. What I can tell you is that texture is all the rage right now, offering eye-popping visuals and a unique look. Most of these products didn’t even exist just last year. That is how new I am talking.
But those old classics are still just as popular in home design. Let’s take a look at where people are using wall tiles, what’s trending in wall tile types and, finally, the rise of textures and colors
So where exactly do you use wall tile? Everywhere from bathrooms and kitchen backsplash to upscale tiled showers, fireplaces and accent walls, you name it. Basically, you can use wall tiles wherever your heart desires
Think about how when you were a kid and you would go down the condiment aisle and see three or four kinds of mayonnaise. Now you walk down that aisle and there are 50-100 different kinds of mayonnaise with all sorts of fun flavors – olive oil versions, canola oil versions, etc. It’s a regular Mayo-palooza now. That is basically what is happening with wall tile
Wall tile has been around forever. It probably originated as stacked stone or brick veneers, helping newer, more efficient buildings capture a more classic look with all the old-school character. Over time, tile manufacturers have created an abundance of new and innovative tile and stone variations to offer more style choices.
Subway tiles were created in the early 1900s for subway stations. Today they’re used as a home wall design, available in a variety of rectangular sizes and colors and almost always installed horizontally. A few recent trends for subway tiles include laying them in a herringbone pattern and alternating sizes or colors
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