In-Process Marker is non-destructive.

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EMAC System (Elastic String Marking Device) snaps colorful elastic-string loop onto wire, cable, hose, and other irregular-shaped extrusions, to mark specific points of concern. System works with defect detectors, laser micrometers, capacitance gauges, spark testers, ultrasonic gauges, wall-thickness gauges, and other devices that provide contact closure. Unaffected by line speeds, it works with materials from 1-230 mm in size, regardless of shape.



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Takikawa Offers First Non-Destructive In Process Marker



East Granby, CT January 23, 2003...Takikawa Engineering now offers the industries first non-destructive in process Elastic String Marking Device available from D.A.S. Distribution, Inc. The new patented machine conveniently snaps a colorful elastic string loop onto wire, cable, hose and/or any other irregular shaped extrusion to mark specific points of concern. The system works with defect detectors, laser micrometers, capacitance gauges, spark testers, ultrasonic gauges, wall thickness gauges, and any other device that provides a contact closure. The new Takikawa EMAC System (Elastic String Marking Device) works on all materials from 1mm to 230mm in size, regardless of shape, and is completely unaffected by line speeds. The unit replaces more traditional paint and ink marking techniques that can be destructive to the materials being processed, and can clog and dry out between marking cycles causing a loss in productivity.

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