A jeweler can cut and shape a ring of gold or silver. In the past, the beauty of those metals encouraged their dominance among the choice metals for ladies rings. Today, however, jewelers have access to equipment that allows them to work with the extra hard tungsten metal. As a result the popularity of ladies tungsten rings has grown at a steady and rather remarkable pace.
Once polished, a tungsten ring remains polished forever. It will not tarnish over time. Moreover, it can never show a single scratch mark. The ability of these rings to remain undamaged has motivated the rising demand for such long lasting pieces.
Tungsten rings come in a wide range of different styles. Both beveled rings and wedding rings with facets have been fashioned out of hard tungsten. All manner of wedding bands contain this hard metal--flat brushed, finished bands, pipe cut bands and simple brush tungsten bands.
Recently jewelers have begun working on a tungsten carbide ring, a piece with a black inlay. Those jewelers need a special tool, one that allows them to cut into the hard tungsten metal. If a female customer asks a jeweler to engrave the inside of a tungsten ring, then again that jeweler must have access to a special tool.
A computer engraver provides the perfect tool for completion of this challenging task, the task of engraving the inside surface of a tungsten ring. By using a computer engraver, a jeweler can keep the tungsten surface from loosing its smooth and pleasant feel. The same trait remains absent from any engraving done on tungsten, if a jeweler has used a laser to cut into the hard metal.
Whenever a laser is used to engrave the inside of a tungsten ring, then that inner surface can become rough and rigid. Any female that happens to wear that engraved ring can be expected to object to the unpleasant feel of that metal band. Therefore, the rough nature of the ring's inner surface will negate all the wonderful features of the tungsten ring.
Normally, a female golfer would embrace a chance to wear a tungsten ring. Such an accessory could withstand any chance brush by the metal of a golf club. However, no female golfer would want to try judging the best way to attack a shot, while feeling the unpleasant touch of a rough and rigid metal surface.
Normally, a female working in a research lab would welcome the opportunity to wear a tungsten ring. Such an accessory would not undergo any damage, in the event that is was exposed to a harsh chemical. Yet, no researcher is going to be able to concentrate on a particular problem, if she has to deal with the uncomfortable feeling on her finger, the finger that is wearing her lovely tungsten ring.
That then underscores the reason that the owner of such a ring should search out a jeweler that has access to a computer-engraving machine. That way, the owner could feel certain of paying for a "perfect job," in the event that she wanted to have something engraved on her tungsten ring.