Marking Equipment

Inkjet Printer codes directly on corrugated surfaces.
Marking Equipment

Inkjet Printer codes directly on corrugated surfaces.

Redesigned Little David(R) MicroJet has narrower nose for easier access in tight mounting conditions. It prints to within 1/2 in. of case bottom, prints 1 to 3 lines 3/8 in. to 2-7/32 in. high, and has automatic speed and direction sensing. Self-contained unit has rugged steel housing, non-pressurized ink container, and 2 year warranty on valves.

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Bar Code Marking System stores more data.
Marking Equipment

Bar Code Marking System stores more data.

Data Matrix marking system produces 2D bar code that can be read in any orientation, stores 50 times data as standard bar codes, and uses 1/4 of space required for bar codes. System uses double-stylus head, where one head is used for data-matrix encryption mark and other marks standard characters. Both heads run side-by-side, optimizing speed. System reads mechanical and laser markings on metal...

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Marking Machine encodes metal or plastic parts.
Marking Equipment

Marking Machine encodes metal or plastic parts.

CN211C integrated marking unit provides up to 7 characters/sec in 1.8 x 1.8 in. marking area. It allows marking with various fonts, logos, and date codes using compression, italics, spacing, and angular and radial marking. Windows(R)-compatible software permits adjustment of parameters such as speed, size, marking depth, and selection of marking modes, including single mark, batch or infinite....

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Peen Marking Machines meet varying production requirements.
Marking Equipment

Peen Marking Machines meet varying production requirements.

EasyMarker(TM) machines include EM100, EM300, EM400 and EM500. EM100 bench-top marker is designed for hand loading and has 100x100mm marking window. EM300 includes internally installed I/O board and 8 I/O ports on rear of controller. Marking window is 100x100mm. EM400 is designed for harsh environments. Marking head has cover to prevent debris from gathering around x-y components. It produces up...

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Laser Marker integrates with existing machinery.
Marking Equipment

Laser Marker integrates with existing machinery.

PowerLine E laser marker offers short-pulse laser design operating in high brightness mode, which makes it suitable for photo-quality marking applications employing metals, plastics, ceramics, or composite materials. Unit includes Windows®-based VLM Software and standard operational features. It incorporates company's in-house diode technology, and its cabinetry is IP54 compliant.

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Marking Equipment

Laser Marking System has high resolution graphics.

LE-100GB 532nm, GREEN wavelength laser marking system incorporates Nd:YVO4 laser source. It is capable of marking electronics, silicon wafers, and plastics. System features Diode Pumped Vanadate Technology with 10,000-hour maintenance intervals and cooled operation. LE-100GB operates at standard line voltage, providing solutions for marking texts, graphics, barcodes, and data matrix on all metals...

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Marking Unit performs at speeds up to 4 characters/second.
Marking Equipment

Marking Unit performs at speeds up to 4 characters/second.

Self-contained CN 110p Micro-Percussion(TM) indent marking unit incorporates marking head, control unit and marking software. Capabilities include creation/modification/back-up of user marking programs, calculations of date and time, shift code, serial numbers, linear, angular, radial, inclined, inverted and mirrored marking as well as accommodating downloading tasks such as fonts and logos. CN...

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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement in structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don't rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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