No more noisy clanking, hanging tags that get caught on stuff and/or fall off.
I ordered many name plates and was so often disappointed that the engraving was all smushed into the center with most of the name plate blank, or the engraving was barely surface scratched. I finally gave up and decided to make my own. A 30w Fiber Laser Engraver ensures that you will receive a deep and crisp engraving. Your order will be individually designed with care and thought and will NOT be pasted into a predesigned template.
The totally perfect Name Plate! Contoured to hug your dog’s neck. Just thick enough not to bend but not so thick that it’s heavy. 2 1/2′ wide and 3/4″ high.
I have a 30w Fiber Laser so you will receive a crisp and deep engraving. Your Name Plate is not stamped and not merely surface marked.
Each line has a maximum of 20 characters (letters/numbers/spaces). Why you might ask?
More than 20 characters make the text too small and thus difficult to read. The less characters, the larger they can be, and the easier to read.
You’re welcome to ignore my ponderings on text choices but…
1. Microchipped – I engrave that a lot. I don’t get it.
If someone (heaven forbid) has found your dog and is reading the name plate, they have your phone number. If you have moved and haven’t updated the phone number on your name plate, odds are you also haven’t updated the phone number on your dog’s Microchip.
All my dogs are microchipped of course, but the only time anyone would need to scan for a microchip is if the dog has no other way to identify her/him. You know… like a Collar with a phone number! 🙂
If your dog isn’t wearing their collar, having a nameplate that says “I am microchipped”, well, uhm… still worthless information.
2. Zip Code – Why? Why Why Why?! Do you think somebody is going to mail your dog back to you?
Apologies if that offended anyone. It’s your name plate and I’ll always engrave whatever you request.
Why do I insist on Stainless Steel?
Stronger and Harder than Brass
Does not Tarnish
Doesn’t bend or dent like Aluminum
Doesn’t chip like lacquered or enameled Name Plates.
Unlike plated Metals, there is no worry about wearing down to the base metal over time.
Thank you very much for visiting, Kitt