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Part Marking Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of part marking companies and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top part marking companies with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any part marking company can design, engineer, and provide part marking services to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach part marking companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of part marking equipment, part marking machines, and part marking systems.

  • Zanesville, OH 740-453-1000

    Is your facility in need of high performance dot peen machines? Our top of the line machinery is guaranteed to meet all of your needs. We are your worry-free provider of identification systems. We will work with your team to implement our products into your business and our services are beyond compare. Our company has proven ourselves as an industry leader!

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  • Lakeway, TX 512-593-7100

    At Automark, our team of experts is ready and willing to tackle any of your challenging assignments. We supply marking systems for a multitude of industries such as medical, cosmetic, industrial, automotive, and more. All of our machines are manufactured to the highest quality, offered at a competitive price, and are guaranteed to last. Give us a call and a representative will speak with you today!

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  • Caro, MI 989-673-6690

    Laser Marking Technologies LLC has served the marking machinery and laser cutting services industries for over 20 years. Our years of experience and advanced technology make us a leader in the industry. We strive to continue growing our business while improving our products and technology. Laser Marking Techonologies LLC is proud to say that all our products are manufactured in the United States.

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  • Houston, TX 800-373-7769

    Big City Manufacturing is a leading producer of marking systems—card printers (with chip encoding and magnetic stripe options), metal plate (compact to industrial productions) and plastic printers (desktop to multimodular). We do on-site name plate, signage and tag production.

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  • Hatfield, PA 800-314-3332

    Isotech offers a full range of Fiber, C02, UV, Green, MOPA, Nanosecond, Picosecond and Femtosecond laser systems for marking, cutting and welding of many substrates. Isotech offers both standard systems as well as fully automated or custom systems depending on your specific requirements. Integrated, automated solutions with conveyors, palletized pick and place, rotary dial tables, hoppers, and robots are all part of the engineering we offer.

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  • Deerfield, IL 847-537-4202

    Ace Laser Tek brings you mobile laser marking systems as well as a variety of other applications such as marking, engraving and etching by laser markers. We also do custom label nameplates along with other marking solutions. In business since 1988, you can depend on quality solutions and great customer service! Contact us today!

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Part Marking Industry Information

Part Marking

Part marking is the process of engraving, etching, or otherwise marking a design, image, logo or identification code of a manufacturer on a product or part. Part marking uses a broad range of machinery and techniques including: dot peen machines which utilize an impact method of marking leaving an impression on the surface, laser markers which use laser radiation to mark parts, and embossing and engraving machines for more traditional methods of part marking.

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Application of Part Marking

Product identification marks are becoming increasingly important in the industrial world for a number of reasons. Firstly, part marking allows businesses to reduce counterfeiting by utilizing product identification, and by checking manufacturer’s identification codes or seals. Furthermore, the process of traceability and ensuring the accountability of the manufacturer is becoming increasingly necessary for both local and export purposes. Today, most businesses in the automotive, medical and aerospace industries will refuse to consider purchasing inadequately marked products from suppliers.

Another reason for part marking is that customer recognition grows due to the increased visibility of a company’s logo or design on its product components. Part marking is also able to assign value to products, for example jewelry, that can have a wide range of values without an easily noticeable physical difference. This process is becoming more common and many everyday products, like promotional gifts, plaques or engine parts, are now typically identified by marking machines.

Design of Part Marking

The most common marking material is metal, but part marking machinery is able to mark other materials such as paper, plastic, wood, leather, glass, fabric and textiles. Credit cards, jewelry, writing utensils, packaging, greeting cards, wood trim and glass sculptures represent the wide range of materials on which marking machinery systems are used. Non-intrusive methods of part marking are necessary for parts used in safety and critical applications such as aircraft or medical equipment. Dot peen marking or embossing may not be the wisest part marking method of choice because of the disruption caused to the surface of the product.

Other choices to consider include the reasons for the part – if for commercial purposes, it is important that the code or logo or design be easily visible to the consumer. If the mark is for authenticity or verification purposes however, it does not need to be easily visible, and tends to be in a discreet place. The permanency of the part identification mark tends to depend on the intended lifespan of the product and the context of its use, and this will be a factor in determining which process to use when marking the part.



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