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What will work best for your store?

An art practiced since ancient times, engraving is a popular way to personalize a piece of jewelry. And there are many ways to do so – a special message, a finish, a unique pattern, and many more. If you’ve been thinking about offering some form of engraving in your store, but don’t know where to begin, we can help! Decide which option fits your store best in our handy engraving machine comparison chart below.

engraving  engraving  engraving
 GRS GraverSmith  GRS GraverMax  GRS GraverMach
Feature 26-4013 26-4011 26-4009
Air Regulators 1 Standard 1 Precision 2 Precision
Handpiece Outlets 1 2 2
AUX Outlet for Rotary None 1 1
Airtact Hand/Foot Control Compatible (not included) Compatible (not included) Fully Integrated
Bias Control No Yes Yes
Price  $$ $$$ $$$$
Skill Level Beginner Intermediate Expert
Control Foot Pedal Foot Pedal Palm Driven
Handpiece Options Ultra Fine Engraving:
26-4038
Setting & Engraving:
26-4037
Setting & Engraving:
34-2224
Ultra Fine Engraving:
26-4038
Setting & Engraving:
26-4037
Setting & Engraving:
34-2224
Ultra Fine Engraving:
26-4038
Heavy to Fine Engraving:
34-2224
Setting & Engraving: 26-4036

Expert Note: You can engrave or stone set with these machines because they’re all pneumatic/air driven, which lessens the amount of pressure on your hands and wrists.

Do you offer engraving in your store? What’s the craziest thing a customer has asked you to engrave? Share with us in the comments below!

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Shawn Albert

I've been with Stuller since 1995 • Stuller's resident watch battery changer • Never miss a workout • Never met a car that was too fast • Favorite meal: Protein • Avid Ragin Cajun Football Supporter.