Data Matrix Marker conforms to aerospace requirements.

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Model 350 utilizes electromagnetic stylus marker operation with automatic sensing in Z axis. It produces 2D bar code on metal or plastic, and is capable of marking information which can be read in any orientation. Dual needle head can be incorporated for combined 2D barcode and alpha-numeric marking. Machine accepts data from computer keyboard, barcode scanner or in-house system, and functions via 100 x 50 mm marking window.



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Borries Data Matrix Marker Conforms to Aerospace Requirements


Ann Arbor, MI -- A newly developed Data Matrix marking system has been announced by Borries Marking Systems, representing a further refinement of the company's 300 Series markers that have served industry for many years. Conforming to requirements ATA spec 2000 and AS9132, the marking machine also complies with all known individual manufacturer requirements for engines and airframes. Designated the 350 Data Matrix marker, the machine provides fast and accurate repeatability utilizing an electro-magnetic stylus marker operation, with automatic sensing in the "Z" axis.

The Data Matrix system produces a 2D bar code, capable of marking information which can be read in any orientation and storing 50 times the data commonly available in standard bar codes. The mark utilizes just one-fourth the space required for bar codes.

The Data Matrix marker produces an extremely repeatable 2D barcode on metal or plastic for reliable part identification. Borries has developed a unique "dual needle" head, which can be incorporated for combined 2D barcode and alpha-numeric marking.

The 350 machine accepts data from a computer keyboard, barcode scanner or in-house system, integrating to a customer's own IT system and functions via a 100 x 50 mm marking window.

Also suited to automotive and other industry usage, the Borries 350 Data Matrix marker has the ability to mark, check and verify automatically at its work station. The machine supports all major industrial vision systems, and can incorporate a fixed-camera mount flange.

The marker is being introduced to the aerospace industry in the spring of 2003, and will be displayed at the Eastec Show in Springfield, MA, May 20-22.

For more information, contact Nancy Rector, Borries Marking
Systems, 3744 Plaza Drive, Suite 1C, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Telephone 734 761-9549; fax 734 761-1171; E-mail: borriesusa@earthlink.net.

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