Company to License Photo Engraved Concrete Technology

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Photo Engraved Concrete, a process unveiled in 2003 and on current display at the NBM in Washington, DC, is now available for licensing. Intaglio Composites makes move to license as a way to offset projected demand. Company also unveils concrete photo engraved wall and floor tiling.

Walls, Floors, Outdoor, Indoor, you name it! This new process is being proposed in every aspect of building and design imaginable! With the unveiling of this new process the calls have been coming in for the most creative design applications of the century. The photos included are just recent samples of how it is being proposed for use by architects and designers.

With the inquiry into possible floor advertising at Heathrow Airport, Intaglio Composites (http://www.intagliocomposites.com) began research into floor tile production. The photo enclosed is a recreation of an old cigar label showing the detail that can be achieved in this permanent media.

"Licensing was a strategic move that we tried to avoid but find critical to the long-term success of our company," Robert Beverly, owner of Intaglio Composites cites. "We provide the technology and the licensee is able produce the product at their facility removing logistical problems while increasing availability at lower cost to the consumer."    

With the introduction of concrete tiling, the licensing becomes even more critical due to the unique design possibilities and increasing demand this product will have in the market. It becomes even more available now to the general use market which was the companies initial goal.

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