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#1 posted 07-03-2012 01:20 PM

I use a rubber stamp to put my logo on the piece then my trusty Bosch Colt with an engraving bit I cut my logo. Gives a bit of a hand signed feel in my opinion. On my smaller pieces I have a R-Buster stamp from Columbia Marking Tools that I stamp my logo into the piece. It is a personal decision with endless options, Good Luck

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