and the 20 PIECE
DIAMOND TIP SET
Engraving with the EasyMark™ Electric Engraver
and the 20 Piece Diamond Tip Set
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You can use the Inland EasyMark electric engraver with diamond tips to engrave designs on beveled
glass, glassware, polished stone pieces, stone slabs, stone vessels, glazed ceramics, and more. The
technique is simple and with a little practice you will be creating beautiful designs for yourself, as gifts
or to sell.
• EasyMark Electric Engraver
• 20 Piece Diamond Tip Set
• A pattern. You can draw you own, use commercially available patterns, or take a color picture
and make it into a black and white copy.
• For opaque pieces you will need a way to transfer the pattern on to the surface. Saral transfer
paper is a good choice. It comes in five colors and is wax free.
• Item to engrave
• Safety Glasses
• Double stick tape
• Tissues or soft cloth
• Black felt
Inserting and Removing Tips
Refer to the EasyMark™ Engraver user guide on how to insert and remove the
diamond tips. Because the EasyMark spins the diamond tip, it does most of the
work for you. Using a light hand allows you to better control the tip on the
engraving surface and prevents premature wearing of the diamond. If you hear
the tip "squeal" you are pressing too hard causing the tool motor to turn against a
stationary tip. It is the repeated application of the diamond tip to an area that
progressively whitens the glass to produce shading and depth in the design.
We suggest you start by practicing on a scrap piece of the final material you will be engraving. The first
thing to remember is there is no right or wrong tip for creating your designs. You need find the tips that
achieve the results you want. There is no right or wrong tip and the different tips will create different
lines; carve to different depths and at different angles. You will find some are better for drawin