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If it is actually engraved (cut into the surface) you can try to fill it with epoxy. If it is only engraved in the epoxy over the blank, you can sand it down to the blank. Use increasingly fine sandpaper starting with 200 grit and working down to 600, being sure not to mar the actual blank. Is the engraving painted or inked in any way?
 

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professori said:
If it is actually engraved (cut into the surface) you can try to fill it with epoxy. If it is only engraved in the epoxy over the blank, you can sand it down to the blank. Use increasingly fine sandpaper starting with 200 grit and working down to 600, being sure not to mar the actual blank. Is the engraving painted or inked in any way?
I have never seen an engraving go right down into the blank, but my approach would probably be as described above
 
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