How we do it

All products are created on a large flat bed capable of handling material up to 102" x 52".

We start with high quality images, pictures, designs, logos, and text.
These are converted to digital images and transferred to the computer.
Our digital image artists technically enhance the image, resize and convert it for engraving

A laser is used to vaporise specific areas of the polished surface of the stone so creating a black and white photographic image.
Areas of a photograph that are dark or black will remain polished stone, while areas that are grey to white, will have varying degrees of polish removed to create depth and highlights.
The finished product is like a photograph, but etched in stone.
The results are very precise, and are cost competitive when compared to etchings done by hand.