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The Engraving Process
The engraving process uses a metal die. Type and graphics are hand and photomechanically etched into this die and it is placed on an engraving press. The recessed image is filled with very opaque ink. The paper is forced into the crevices of the plate using pressure of up to two tons per square inch. The final product leaves an engraved image on the surface of the paper. Anderson is one of the few companies nationwide still producing high-quality engraving.

Let Anderson create an image of prestige and professionalism for your firm by engraving your stationery with this time-tested, high-image process.

Advantages of Engraving
Your letterhead and business card may be the first or only visible contact your company has with a potential client. You want to project the highest possible image.