Wire marking is one of the most difficult direct part marking applications you will run across.
Branding is a simple solution for creating deep, permanent marks into a wide range of materials. Using a custom branding iron for rubber marking creates a long-lasting, durable mark.
Topics: Branding Irons and Branding Dies
Most often used in the sheet metal industry, custom embossing dies allow users to create permanent, raised marks.
Roll marking is an excellent solution for industrial applications where the part or marking surface is too delicate or prone to damage to be marked by a traditional impact press because the mark itself is rolled onto the part being marked. When paired with a roll die, roll marking presses allow users the flexibility of customization and permanent, precise markings in industrial settings.
Topics: Roll Marking Press
Ink jet coders are the most versatile date coding machines available. Depending on your budget, specific marking requirements, and volume of parts being marked, there are several options available to you.
In addition to the number of direct part marking machinery options that Durable offers, some direct part marking methods also require additional tools. Some methods that do not require a marking machine also require tooling to achieve their marking results. Because of the prevalence of marking tools, it is worth taking a look at some of the most common tooling.
Topics: Marking Tools and Supplies
From cartoners to tube fillers to hot stamp date coders, high-quality replacement metal type for packaging machinery creates crisp, clear, durable marks.
Hot foil stamping machine letters allow users to create permanent marks on a wide range of substrates.
Using steel stamps for metal marking is an excellent way to create crisp, clear marks and is a versatile enough marking solution to be adaptable across a range of applications, from high volume industrial applications, to low volume customization, and everything in between.
Topics: Steel Stamps and Dies