How to Engrave Steel Backed Watches | Steel Engraving Settings | Fiber Laser Tutorials

In this fiber laser tutorial I’ll teach you how to engrave steel backed watches with ezcad!
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In this video we talk all about how to engrave watches! From start to finish I go over every step of the process from how to open a watch band, through measurements and artwork all the way to the best steel settings for your fiber laser. If you’re wanting to learn how to engrave steel backed watches this video is for you!

0:00 – Intro – Overview
0:50 – Watch Teardown
3:38 – Taking Measurements
7:12 – Watch #1 | Setup
10:03 – Watch #1 | Engraving Settings
11:14 – Watch #1 | Anneal Settings
12:34 – Watch #1 | Cleaning
13:29 – Watch #2 | Setup
14:27 – Watch #2 | Steel White Finish Settings
16:40 – Watch #1 | Rebuild
18:52 – Watch #2 | Rebuild
21:45 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

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