Q) How long does it take to make just a little engraved plate?
A) If there are not many orders ahead of yours, your order can be done the same day. However, if you place your order at a time when Crow Works is very busy, then your wait time maybe 5 to 7 days.
Q) Does Crow Works make Stamps?
A) YES! Crow Works produces stamps on site. You may choose from self-inking or manual with a wooden handle. Stamps are available in many sizes and are always 25% off regular price for all CNP Chamber of Commerce Members.
Q) I've heard Crow Works makes special stamps for people who make pottery. Is that true?
A) It is true! Crow Works laser engraves acrylic stamps that can be pressed into clay to produce images, logos, and text into pottery pieces.
Q) Does Crow Works provide Memorial Plates or Plaques?
A) Yes. There's a variety of options when producing memorial plates or plaques to honor those you love. Choose from a durable exterior rated plastic laser engraved plate for garden benches, posts or other structures, or for something that has a life time warranty go with a cast bronze plaque. Crow Works can provide you with beautiful plaques for cemetaries, yards or for your special and unique location.
Q) I want to give out some sort of promotional item with my business's name on it to my customers and friends. Does Crow Works have a book I can look at with Promotional Products to help me decide what I could give out?
A) Yes we do! Stop in our downtown Coleman location and look through our Promotional Catalogues any time, or start by visiting the Promotional Catalogues page here!
Q) Will Crow Works ship my order to me?
A) No problem. If you are unable to pick up your order Crow Works will send the order to you, anywhere in Canada.
For something small like a pet tag, name badges, any office or industrial lamicoids, we'll send your order via Canada Post for a $2.50 minimum shipping and handling fee.
If your order involves a large box of Trophies or Engraved Mugs/Drinkware, Crow Works will send your order by either Canada Post or Purolator, which ever you prefer.