Personalize Your LEGO™Creation! with Engraved Tiles!
Engraved and Printed Tiles are great additions to your MOC (My Own Creation) or kits! They personalize the creation and hold up better than decals! You can now even sign your work! Below are a few pictures of tiles we have done in the past.
MOC Personalized with Engraved Tiles
Engraved 1x8 black tiles with white text used as a label for Jameson Gagnepain's MOC of Frank Lloyd Wright's Thomas Hardy house that was debuted at Brickworld-Fort Wayne 2011. Thanks to Jameson for letting us use the pics!
Signature tiles engraved for Dave Ware.
BrickCube Personalized with Engraved Tiles
2x2 Signature Tiles for Jeremy Moody.
In the bottom right-hand corner is Sean Kenney's signature engraved over two 2 x 2 black tiles. These are used to personalize several of his creations. The particular signature was part of his Empire State Building, featured in the Empire State Building gift shop. A picture is below.
For more information on Sean Kenney and his work please visit website at www.seankenney.com
As a Doctor Who fan...this is definitely one of my favorites :) Doctor Sinister made his own TARDIS and asked us to spiff it up :)
I really enjoyed engraving the Police Public Call Box onto the 1 x 4 blue tiles placed around the top of the TARDIS.
These are some black tiles that are combatible with Doctor Sinister's TARDIS pictured above.
Dice made by Dominic Lund. We engraved the plus and minus signs on the 2x2 white tiles!
Hero Dice made by Dominic Lund. We engraved the 2x2 medium blue tiles.
Of course we also do printing on tiles! Please contact us for pricing details.
Bottom Row from Left to Right: Pine Lake Prepartory, BrickFair 2010, LEGO Users Group, First LEGO League, Bricks by the Bay, PZ, and German LEGO Users Group.
Top Row from Left to Right: Brickworld 2007 (NOTE: THIS PIECE WAS ACTUALLY ENGRAVED), Brickee 2010 for BrickFair 2010, and BrickCon 2009.
Fonts printed 1x1 white tiles
1x8 White Printed Tile with the Bricking Bavaria logo for the Bricking Bavaria AFOL Con in Germany.