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PhotoGrav - the power tool for laser engraving photographs!

PhotoGrav has been designed specifically for Laser Engravers.

The objective of the program is to efficiently process scanned photographs so that they can be engraved on a variety of common materials with confidence that the engraved photographs will be of superb quality. Traditionally, the engraving of photographs has been difficult and has been a hit or miss endeavor resulting in many discarded products. The process has been so difficult and time consuming, in fact, that many engraving shops simply do not offer engraved photographs as one of their products.

The PhotoGraV program is accompanied by an extensive User Guide that provides installation instructions, scenarios to assist you in learning the program, and complete descriptions of all of PhotoGraV's functions and controls. In addition, appendices provide additional information including tips for engraving and finishing photos on various common materials.

Powerful processing tools for photos on laser engravers.

  • Automated application of these tools to the subject photo.
  • Simulation of the engraving process for common materials so the “engraved product” can be inspected before it is actually engraved.
  • Interactive process with adjustable enhancements and real-time visual feedback.
  • Reports and color proofs for customer approval and reference
  • User defined parameter sets can be saved for further customization.
  • Calibrated to most laser engraving equipment and common materials.
  • Color Clipart from CorelDraw can be easily engraved by processing with PhotoGraV.

PhotoGrav simulates more than 20 engraving materials including:

Cherry and walnut wood; clear and black-painted acrylic; black laser brass and anodized aluminum; a variety of generic leather materials; and many plastics with either a white or black core and with a variety of caps including brushed gold and most solid colors.