Industrial photoengraving machines are used to create detailed images on metal, glass, and other materials. They are very precise and are capable of creating images that are extremely detailed. They can produce a wide variety of images, including logos, text, and graphics. Because they are so precise, industrial photoengraving machines are used in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, advertising, and medical imaging. They are able to create intricate images or designs on metal, plastic, or other materials.
Unfortunately, these machines can be quite dangerous if not used properly. Injuries caused by photoengraving machines can range from minor nicks and cuts to more serious injuries, such as amputations.
Photoengraving machines use a rotating blade to etch designs into a metal plate. If the blade misses the target, it can easily cause severe injuries.
In 2006, a photoengraver was using a machine in Japan when he lost his footing and was cut in the face by the blade. The wound required more than 150 stitches and left him with permanent blindness in one eye.
In 2007, another photoengraver was using a machine in Massachusetts when he lost his footing and was severely injured by the blade. His injuries included multiple broken bones, a crushed skull, and brain damage that resulted in his death two days later.
If you have been injured by a photoengraving machine, you should contact an attorney. Photoengraving machines are dangerous and can cause serious injuries. If you have been hurt, please do not hesitate to contact an attorney to discuss your legal options.