Round brass engraving disc are used for a variety of things including trophy medallions, personalized pendant charms, key chains, id tags, and even as dog tags or livestock tags.
1 1/2" Diameter 38.1 mm Blanks
Material Thickness: brass is 24 gauge / .020" / .508mm
Stamped brass disc have a light lacquer coating or "anti-tarnish" coating on one-side (Front only) and will not tarnish with time for indoor display use.
Our standard brass disc are sent to you without a punched hole. A punched hole is available at an additional cost, if you would like your disc to have a hole punch please pick this option from above.
If you choose to have holes punched into the plates, the hole size will be 3mm / 0.12" in diameter and is placed about 3mm from the edge of the plate
How to choose plates
How to choose plates
Our best selling engraving plates are Brass and Aluminum (Brushed are a bit more popular than and Bright) that are used on trophy's, plaques, awards, memorials, desk nameplates, and other engraving work. If you choose brushed brass or brushed aluminum, you will be using the most popular engraving plates. For coated engraving plates, our black aluminum and laser black aluminum (if your using a laser engraver) are the top choices for customers.
The various aluminum colors can be used to match a background or picture and the anodized aluminum is designed for accessories or outdoor use. Both the colored aluminum and anodized aluminum are designed for scratch or rotary engraving.
Choose by exposure
Solid metal brass and aluminum will maintain their color but painted or coated plates can wear off from physical wear and abrasion or when the plates are significantly bent, heated, or exposed to chemicals. The anodized metals are designed to withstand weather and wear and will maintain their surface even with outdoor exposure, sunlight, and moisture.
Looking to use them for another purpose?
The solid metal engraving plates can be heated, bent, or soldered (coated plates should NOT). Brass and aluminum without colors can be bent and modified (there can be some surface discoloring applying a torch and you may need to protect the metal when heating or possibly polish it after) because of surface treatments, you should do some testing before starting important projects.
If you need help choosing plates, just contact us and we will try to provide some help in choosing the best plates for your needs.