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Customer Service Rep Paul Komis Feels at Home in All Situations

Customer Service Representative Paul Komis started with SCHMIDT in September of 1989 as a Pantograph Operator. These early marking devices are bio-mechanical, in that line drawings traced by Paul with a stylus would be reproduced via an accordion-like arm to create an identical, enlarged, or miniaturized etching on the object to be marked. While simple … Continue Reading
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SCHMIDT Showcases Laser Marking at Pacific Design & Manufacturing

New requirements for identifying and establishing traceability for products and parts are surfacing throughout the manufacturing world, but especially in the medical and dental device industries. As designers of leading edge marking solutions, SCHMIDT already has a long history of solving marking challenges in these fields. “We offer Fiber, CO2, DPSS, and Green & UV … Continue Reading
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Gloria Escobar: The Smiling Face at SCHMIDT’s Front Door

Gloria Escobar joined SCHMIDT in March of 2006 to serve as our Receptionist. Those who know her say her “gift of gab” makes her a natural for the position. Thirty years’ experience at AT&T as the company went through a number of changes also honed her professional communication skills to perfection. Her skill sets, along … Continue Reading
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SCHMIDT and HydraForce Team Up On Custom Pin Marking Solution

Identification marks that aren’t crisp and legible are a waste of time and money. But with a little SCHMIDT know-how, marks quickly develop optimal clarity. The blurred marks HydraForce is a Chicago-based manufacturer of high quality hydraulic cartridge valves, manifolds, and integrated circuits. Back in 2015, they had a scrap bin filled with blurred (and … Continue Reading
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SCHMIDT Finds Solutions for Texas Pneumatic Tools’ Marking Challenge

Texas Pneumatic Tools has used a roll marker made by SCHMIDT for decades, along with a electro-etching pen used to engrave hardened materials. When the company designed a new product that required a technological leap, owner Craig Parma called SCHMIDT and Technical Sales Specialist Adriana Bella. Texas Pneumatic Tools was finishing up development on a … Continue Reading