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Getting a Deep Mark With Your Pin Marker

Getting a deep mark with a pin marker is ideal for thick metals and marking materials that will be post-processed. For example, let’s say you’re marking a part that will later be painted over. If your mark is too thin and/or shallow, the paint may obscure the mark if not completely cover it up. You’ll … Continue Reading
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Prepping Raster Files to Laser Mark Your Logo

Laser marking is great for logos but if you don’t get them just right, the mark may end up blurry or jagged – not the look you want to represent your company. To get a high-quality logo on your parts, you need to prep the image properly and find the optimal settings on your laser. … Continue Reading
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Mastering Your Pin Marker – The Speed Factor

Pin markers are versatile machines that can make permanent marks in a variety of styles. Your marks can be light or deep, or thin or wide for example. The desired mark will depend on your application. What kind of material will you be marking? Will there be any post-processing such as painting or anodizing? Your … Continue Reading
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Custom Pin Marker: The Mark 4 12×12

Though our machines are versatile, we know when it comes to marking needs, one size does not fit all. That’s why we’re happy to build custom marking machines for our customers. Recently, a company reached out to us in need of a custom solution for a pin marking application. They mark large nameplates and the … Continue Reading
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Marking Tags for Livestock and Pets

Applying ear tags to cattle and other livestock is an effective way to identify and manage animals. Similarly, tags are important for pets as they can have addresses and other info vital to their return should the pet ever be lost. Tags can also include medical information, such as vaccination info and vet location. Other information often … Continue Reading