Industrial bronzing and dusting machines are used in the printing trade to remove ink and other contaminants from materials. Bronzing machines use a high-temperature solution to darken the surface of the material, while dusting machines are used to remove any excess powder or pigment. These machines are very important for ensuring that printing materials are free of contaminants and properly printed.

Bronzing and dusting machines use high-velocity air to remove ink or other substances from paper. This can cause serious injuries, such as broken bones, head injuries, and eye injuries. Injuries from industrial bronzing and dusting machines may necessitate surgery, and may even lead to disability.  If you have been injured by a bronzing and dusting machine for the printing trade, you should contact an attorney. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and an attorney can help determine your legal rights.