As a designer, you constantly have to adjust your design methods to meet the ever-changing demands of clients. Stay ahead of the curve by using square brass tubing with these home renovation ideas.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Sunday, September 25, 2016
A dynamic metal that is being used a lot today by fabricators is muntz metal. Featuring a composition of 60% copper, 40% zinc, and a trace of iron, its varied uses and practical properties offer design possibilities across many industries.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Copper and brass have been used for many centuries. Not only are they materials that look aesthetically striking, but they can also withstand the rigors of harsh environments. Even better, you can use them for interesting home remodeling projects, letting you be creative as an interior designer.
Sunday, September 18, 2016
Saturday, September 17, 2016
In the corporate world, an engraved brass that bears your name is a fitting symbol of elevated status or position in any given company. Engraving brass, however, is an art that has been used for centuries by classical artists for decoration and for architectural purposes by enhancing the finishing or brass tubing and surfaces.
While the recent years classified engraving as a simple tool to create personal/company nameplates on brass, modern furniture designers and jewelry makers had seen the immense value of engraving more than just their name on their work.
Metal decoration through time
Art museums are heavy with examples of intricate metalwork and decoration through the ages. As brass is one of the oldest, prettiest, and strongest copper alloys existing on the planet, most of the displays feature a brass artifact that is exhibited with sophisticated engravings on their surface.