Data Matrix Marking System targets medical industry.

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Capable of marking Data-Matrix ECC200 code according to HIBC and GS1 specifications, tabletop Model BM52 offers marking area of 2 sq in. and utilizes stylus for deep marking to ensure traceability of clinical instruments. Electrical marking head delivers high-precision marking even in small fields, while light pointer enables fast positioning. Weighing less than 40 lb, unit comes with all-purpose clamping device and can be integrated with PC for touch-screen operation.



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Borries Marking Systems Introduces Medical Marking System



Ann Arbor, MI - Borries Marking Systems has introduced a highly-accurate DataMatrix marking system, the BM52, developed specifically for the medical industry. It features a fast positioning capability (via a light pointer) and high-precision marking-even in the smallest fields, due to an electrical marking head. An all-purpose clamping device allows marking of almost all clinical instruments without additional adaptation. It is integrated with a PC for touch-screen operation and simple handling, and easily can be interfaced with the
user's database.

Considered a user-friendly device, the marking system utilizes a stylus for
deep marking, guaranteeing the traceability of clinical instruments in hospitals,
sterilization services and by medical technology manufacturers. The Data-
Matrix ECC200 code can be marked according to HIBC and GS1
specifications. Options include hand-operated or stationary barcode-reading
scanners and fast-changeable fixtures for clamping instruments or usage on special inscription areas.

The marking area for the tabletop BM52 is approximately two inches square,
and the unit weighs just less than 40 pounds.

According to the manufacturer, the DataMatrix unit also can mark
alphanumeric text. The BM52 system provides validation and documentation of instrument sets, records quality management data and allows easy inventory
control. Tracking and origin tracing are readily available, thus leading to less instrument loss. The stylus marking is resistant to aggressive sterilization processes.

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