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Old 09-22-2009, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default Laser-engraved Caps, Part 2

Let's try this again.

Some of the more senior members may recall a couple years ago or so when I posted a thread about laser-engraved bottle caps that were available through the company for which I was working at the time. I posted this thread on it.

Shortly after, I was accepted to a Master's program at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. I dropped off the radar here pretty quickly, and since I didn't take my brew stuff along (and because I was insanely busy), I didn't post here.

Anyway, I've been back for a while now, and while I no longer work at the place where the caps were engraved, I keep in contact with the people there, and they've really amped up that part of the business:

http://www.tagteamz.com/gallery/default.asp?loc=glass&col=4

I don't know anything about pricing. I apologize for not following through last time!

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Old 09-22-2009, 11:20 PM   #2
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Sweet!! Forgiven and welcome back!

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Am I stupid to think that the engraving may compromise the strength and pressure tolerance of the cap? Bottle cap metal is pretty thin as it is!

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Nah, the laser can be set to barely take off the coating on the top of the cap. I've had entire batches of bottles with engraved caps and never had a problem.

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