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Label adheres to rough or cast surfaces.
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Label adheres to rough or cast surfaces.

Carried by release film, FoamTag(TM) consists of .008 in. thick, stainless steel, laser-markable tag atop foam adhesive. Marking of tag is accomplished via low-power CO2 laser printer. Product survives in temperatures to 400°F and liquids typical in machining operations. It is possible to append additional laser markings after tag has been affixed, enabling cradle to grave traceability.

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Laser Printer prints metal bar code tags.
Printing & Duplicating Equipment

Laser Printer prints metal bar code tags.

LabeLase® 1000 automatic, continuous-feed, desktop tag printer functions like PC printer and fits in small space. Unit plugs directly into back of PC, and features LabeLase® Producer Tag Production Software. Printer accepts 300 ft rolls of continuous tag stock, pre-nicked and notched for easy breakoff after printing. It can also print single die-cut tags by inserting into front slot.

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ID Tag survives hot dip galvanizing.
Labels Tags Signage & Equipment

ID Tag survives hot dip galvanizing.

KettleTag(TM)PLUS metal bar code tag is attached to fabricated steel parts before galvanizing via wire fasteners utilizing pre-punched hole or slot in tag. CO2 laser printers can be used to image bar codes, standard text, and customer logos. Bar codes and text remain after galvanizing. Tag is also resistant to caustic wash and acid-pickling.

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Laser Marker puts bar codes on forged steel.
Labels Tags Signage & Equipment

Laser Marker puts bar codes on forged steel.

Laser provides identification of precision castings and forgings in harsh environments using standard bar code scanners. Machine applies layer of laser-marking ink to thoroughly cover rough shot blast surface of forging. After short dwell time to allow ink surface to cure, 25W CO2 laser and optics blacken ink. After marking of text and barcoded information is complete, barcode scanner...

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Label adheres to rough or cast surfaces.
Labels Tags Signage & Equipment

Label adheres to rough or cast surfaces.

Carried by release film, FoamTag(TM) consists of .008 in. thick, stainless steel, laser-markable tag atop foam adhesive. Marking of tag is accomplished via low-power CO2 laser printer. Product survives in temperatures to 400°F and liquids typical in machining operations. It is possible to append additional laser markings after tag has been affixed, enabling cradle to grave traceability.

Read More »
Laser Printer prints metal bar code tags.
Printing & Duplicating Equipment

Laser Printer prints metal bar code tags.

LabeLase® 1000 automatic, continuous-feed, desktop tag printer functions like PC printer and fits in small space. Unit plugs directly into back of PC, and features LabeLase® Producer Tag Production Software. Printer accepts 300 ft rolls of continuous tag stock, pre-nicked and notched for easy breakoff after printing. It can also print single die-cut tags by inserting into front slot.

Read More »
ID Tag survives hot dip galvanizing.
Labels Tags Signage & Equipment

ID Tag survives hot dip galvanizing.

KettleTag(TM)PLUS metal bar code tag is attached to fabricated steel parts before galvanizing via wire fasteners utilizing pre-punched hole or slot in tag. CO2 laser printers can be used to image bar codes, standard text, and customer logos. Bar codes and text remain after galvanizing. Tag is also resistant to caustic wash and acid-pickling.

Read More »
Laser Marker puts bar codes on forged steel.
Labels Tags Signage & Equipment

Laser Marker puts bar codes on forged steel.

Laser provides identification of precision castings and forgings in harsh environments using standard bar code scanners. Machine applies layer of laser-marking ink to thoroughly cover rough shot blast surface of forging. After short dwell time to allow ink surface to cure, 25W CO2 laser and optics blacken ink. After marking of text and barcoded information is complete, barcode scanner...

Read More »

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