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11/6/2018

Dot Peen Marking System Feeds Tags from Top

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Kwik Mark’s Tag Master 3, an automatic feeder/marker that uses dot peen technology to permanently mark industrial components, was developed to eliminate the feeding issue of tags escaping from the bottom of the magazine.

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Kwik Mark’s Tag Master 3, an automatic feeder/marker that uses dot peen technology to permanently mark industrial components, was developed to eliminate the feeding issue of tags escaping from the bottom of the magazine. The tags are transferred from the top to eliminate the jamming, scratching and other problems associated with bottom-feed “coin-changer” type escapements. This also means thickness tolerance and sharp edges are no longer issues, the company says. Features include a batch counter, cycle timer, current status, production history log and percentage of completion information.

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