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        Q: Laser engraving on a pistol...?
A: It certainly is feasible to done . You would presumably wish to just 've got the coins cut out of sheet stock after they were carved instead of was endeavouring to engrave a bunch of individual loose , precut coins . Contact a place like this http : //www.customlasercutting.com/ that are able quote you the pricing of both the etching and cutting out the coins from sheet stock of whatever material you want . It is hard 'm saying what it might costs without knowing what quantity you 're wanna to make , but a rough guess to laser ensevere and cutout about a 1 inch diameter `` coin '' from acrylic would be about $ 1.50 each plus the cost of the material . There will be establishedup charging and minimal quantities and such too . This cost is based on $ 1 per square inch for etching and $ 0.15 per linear inch for cutting . 

Q: How much is a laser engraving machine?
A: Actually , laser carving machines is increasingly becoming very popular for people in enterprises and hobbyists alike . 

Q: Rust on laser engraving of sw1911 pd?
A: This 're not unusual with carry guns , regardless of how much you petroleum them . I would try switching holsters to something non-leather ( kydex ) and see if it assists . the issue is that whatever surface treatment ( parkerizing , phosphate , etc ) has been abolished by the laser carving . as not classy as it sounds , you could try a wax footwear polish over the etching . its frequently used by engravers and silversmiths be highlighted the fields of a piece .   just smudge it on , let it dry and later take a paper towel and wipe it off . it should be kept in the etching recesses . try stiff paper if it smears out . you have play games with it a smeveryone and reapply sometimes .