The Durable Industrial Marking Blog

Pneumatic Press Uses

Posted by Matt Martin

Durable Technologies' pneumatic impact presses offer users an easy to use and simple to set up high volume part marking option with excellent repeatability. With a wide variety of pneumatic press dies to choose from, users can find a good fit for their application that meets all of their needs.

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Topics: Steel Stamps and Dies, Pneumatic Press

Pneumatic Press Dies

Posted by Matt Martin

Ideal for high volume applications, pneumatic impact presses combine the customization options of pneumatic press dies with a turnkey marking solution.

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Topics: Pneumatic Press

How to Select a Pneumatic Impact Press

Posted by Matt Martin

When selecting a pneumatic press, there are a few specifications that you should consider to ensure that you are selecting the correct press for your particular marking requirements. Of course, your supplier can help walk you through all of the options and features, but in general, the three main areas you will need to consider are the press model, the control package, and the marking dies.

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Topics: Pneumatic Press

Custom Shank Stamps for Pneumatic Impact Press

Posted by Matt Martin

Ideal for high volume, repetitive indent marking applications, pneumatic impact presses utilize hand controls to operate the press which powerfully impacts the marking surface. When using the press for marking applications, the internal hammer forces a pneumatic press die into the marking surface.

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Topics: Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press

Increasing Productivity with a Metal Marking Press

Posted by Matt Martin

Metal marking presses are an ideal solution for applications where short cycle times are demanded but other marking methods don’t fit the bill. They offer users a great degree of flexibility (both manual and pneumatic options) in what can be achieved, broadening a shops capability without being an overly complicated solution.

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Topics: Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press, Manual Press

The Right Pneumatic Press Controls

Posted by Matt Martin

Pneumatic presses generate force by compressing and releasing an impact spring, creating a very short cycle time and a consistent impression.  A pneumatic press is generally used for high volume, repetitive indent marking applications but can also be used for assembly, stamping, forming, punching, and shearing applications which is why they can be found across a wide range of industries.

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Topics: Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press

Custom Impact Press Marking Systems

Posted by Matt Martin

Durable Technologies' impact presses are simple to set up, easy to operate, and offer excellent reliability and repeatability. These impact presses provide significant advantages in terms of set up, control, safety, reliability, and maintenance.  

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Topics: Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press, U-Model Press

Firearms Engraving Options

Posted by Matt Martin

There are many firearms engraving options to consider.  Direct part marking firearms and firearm components is becoming a more critical component of firearms and gun component manufacturing for an increasing number of reasons:

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Topics: Laser Marking, Dot Peen Marking, CNC Marking Tools, Pneumatic Press, DuraDot, Firearms

The Ins and Outs of the Pneumatic Impact Press

Posted by Matt Martin

Durable Technologies' pneumatic impact presses are simple to set up, easy to operate, and offer excellent repeatability. They provide significant advantages in terms of control, safety, reliability, and are low maintenance. Pneumatic presses are best suited for higher-volume marking requirements. Your pneumatic press can be operated automatically using hand controls or manually by pulling the lever.

In addition to stamping and marking, our presses can be used for many other manufacturing applications including: riveting, staking, forming, punching, bending, notching, crimping, piercing, assembling, broaching, and coining.

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Topics: Direct Part Marking, Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press

Make an Impact with Durable Presses

Posted by Matt Martin

Value Added Engineering Impacts Product Marking, Productivity And Plant Safety

Most companies have long relied on standard engineering practices to guide their engineers as they work on product and tooling designs. Recent trends indicate that engineering guidelines are no longer relegated to product and tooling functions. Now many companies and industries are expanding these engineering guidelines to include standards for product marking.

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Topics: Steel Stamps and Dies, Impact Presses, Dot Peen Marking, Marking Tools and Supplies, Industrial Ink Jet Printers, Hand Stamp Holders, Pneumatic Press, Hand Stamps, Manual Press, U-Model Press, Roll Marking Press, Numbering and Lettering Press, Heavy Duty Bench Marking Press, Intensifier Press

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