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Engraving tool blanks - Suppliers


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Hi All, Right after writing the about the EFB gravers and my personal
favorite graver, I got a half dozen requests on where to find some
of these things… I guess that’s a new lesson - include your
sources.

The Lindsay “Carbalt” alloy blank, as well as the “Ultimate” Air
Chasing Graver is only available from Steve Lindsay at
www.lindsayengraving.com.

www.ngraver.com - Stocks what I consider to be the best lined
gravers available, as well as a great solid carbide blank. The
"Ngraver" flex shaft power assisted engraving tool, as well as the
GRS tools. Most other companies also sell NGraver tools, or you can
buy direct.

www.gesswein.com - Stocks the GRS products, as well as loose graver
blanks of most types and materials. I bought some whetstones here 25
years ago, that I still use to this day.

www.tztoolshop.com (Frei-Borel) - Stocks the GRS products, as well
as loose graver blanks of most types and materials.Can’t say enough
good stuff about these guys… they always go the extra mile.

www.grstools.com - As most of you know, the makers of of the
Gravermeister, and GraverMax, plus a complete line of accessories.
They will sell direct, or you can get what you need from Gesswein,
Frei - Borel, Rio Grande, etc.

Para ustedes que quieren hablar en Portugues o Espanol: Rosenthal
Jewelers Supply. www.rjsintl.com For those of you who prefer to deal
in Portugues or Spanish language - Rosenthal Jewelers Supply.
www.rjsintl.com - Loose blanks of all styles and materials, GRS
tools, and the Foredom “PowerGraver”. These are great people in
Florida.

Standard disclaimer - but I will qualify it. I have done business
with all of these companies (plus a couple dozen more) and in my
opinion all have served me well.

Brian P. Marshall Stockton Jewelry Arts School (Re-opening Spring
2003) 2207 Lucile Ave. Stockton, CA 95209 USA 209-477-0550
Workshops/Classrooms jewelryartschool@aol.com