Sandblasting: How it Works
Sandblasting: How it WorksPreviously, we discussed why we choose to use the sandblasting technique to engrave glassware rather than laser engraving (read it here if you missed: bruneltrophies.co.uk/blog/sandblasting-vs-laser-engraving) but we didn’t talk about how this process works.When engraving particles of aluminium oxide or silicon carbide (commonly known as ‘sand’) are...... Read more
Sandblasting vs Laser Engraving
At Brunel Trophies we choose to sandblast all our glassware rather than laser engraving. We feel that the finished product not only looks better but feels better too. We want to continue to always provide a high quality product at an affordable price for all our customers. By using the sandblasting process on all glass engraved items the quality can be kept to it's highest. ...... Read more
Keeping up with Technology
Why is it important to keep up with new technologies? We spoke with owner and director of Brunel Engraving, Martyn Wright, on the importance of keeping up with new technologies in a constantly changing market.
360 view of the Darlington Glitz range.
The Dartington Glitz range has a unique take on the ordinary wine glass. With Swarvoski crystals, this truly is an outstanding glass, perfect for any special occasion or beautiful gift. Please take a look at our youtube channel to view the glitz range in a 360 view - enabling you to see every corner of the glass before ordering.
Marlow town Regatta and Festival
The Marlow town regatta is a traditional rowing regatta best viewed from the 'regatta enclosure' on the banks of the Thames in Higginson park. Brunel Engraving Company were delighted to produce a range of awards for the event which included Silver cups and Salvers. These items were engraved to the highest standard and presented in quality boxes for the event. ...