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Dot-Peen Marking

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Definition: Dot-Peen makring is composed of a carbide or diamond stylus that rapidly actuates and makes a series of small dots on a material's surface. The moves along the surface and forms marks including alpha/numeric characters and machine readable codes and logos.

  • CNC marking with infinite variability
  • Marks large marking legends and large characters easily
  • Reduced tooling costs over indention marking

Wide selection of Dot-Peen systems:

HandyAndysmall Handy Andy: This bench top dot-peen marking system is the most economical marker in its class. It is now available in two versions: 1) Standard for marking flats surfaces, 2) with a rotator for marking the OD of round parts, and is great for low volume applications where flexibility is required (<250 parts per day or less).
IM-M75Sm M-Series Bench Top: The complete bench-top dot-peen marking system is offered in two versions: 1) Standard for marking flats surfaces, 2) with a rotator for marking the OD of round parts. Options include: Marking window sizes and Operator Touch Screen. These systems are good solutions for moderate production marking requirements (250-750 part per shift).
ISeriesDotPeenUnitHead2Sm I-Series Dot-Peen: Compact industrial integration dot-peen marking system with heavy duty frame and linear rail guidance system to ensure precise operation. The marking speed is 3-5 characters per second. It has a very small foot print with 3 sides available for mounting. The systems come with two marking window options: 40 x 60 mm or 80 x 200 mm. Advanced communications options include programming over LAN and operation controls via Modbus, serial, Ethernet IP and more.
CSeriesDotPeenScribeCustomSolutionsCHeadSM C-Series, Dot-Peen-Scribe: Versatile marking system offering both Dot-Peen and "Silent Scribe" marking in the same system. This ball screw drive system comes with either stepper drive offering up to 4 characters per second, or high speed servo drive offering up to 8 characters per second. The system controller offers the flexibility of DC start and mark complete signals, as
well as serial and digital I/O communication. This system is UID/2D Square-Dot® Compatible. Advanced communications options include programming over LAN and operation controls via Modbus, serial, Ethernet IP and more