Off-Line Code Marking Machine mounts to bench surface.

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Sprinter Benchmount incorporates standard Sprinter Model 88 mounted in inverted position. Code marks such date codes, product codes, shift codes, and lot numbers can be applied to variety of products. Model 88 applies up to 3 lines of type, each 1 in. wide. Individual rubber dies with alpha/numeric characters or molded messages can be employed to provide desired text. Portable system requires only compressed air for operation.



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Benchmount Sprinter Code-Marking Machine Introduction


Sprinter Marking is pleased to announce that a new type of off-line code-marking system has been developed and is being introduced. It is being identified as the "Sprinter Benchmount" code-marking system. Benchmount is being used describe the system as the typical configuration for usage would be to mount the system to a bench surface. The unit may have legs attached as shown in the accompanying picture. These may be easily removed to allow the unit to mount to any bench top surface.

This system incorporates a standard Sprinter Model 88 mounted in the inverted position. Code-marks are applied to a wide variety of products. Code-marks could be date codes, product codes, shift codes, lot numbers, etc.

The Sprinter Model 88 has been used by industry since 1991 to apply code-marks on a wide range of products. The machine is capable of applying up to three lines of type message one inch in width. Individual rubber dies with alpha/numeric characters or
molded messages can be employed to provide desired message.

Sprinter Model 88 is mounted in the vertical position (underneath the positioning plate in the picture) so the marking head can travel from the ink supply position to the ink marking position thru a small hole in the plate above the unit. The operator has only to place the product to be marked on the plate and depress slightly to initiate the marking head cycle.

The unit operation is the opposite of the Sprinter Benchtop model which marks from the top down. It also differs from the benchtop model in that it is powered by compressed air only (no electrical connections).

Industry benefits from this new system are:

1. Standard Sprinter Code-Marking machines are incorporated for lowest code-marking overall costs

2. System only requires compressed air for operation

3. No requirements for electrical signals

4. System is easily mounted in most plant bench top areas

5. System is very portable

6. Operators can accomplish code-marking application typically with one hand operation

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