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SCHMIDT History: A Portable Marking Machine

In the 1950’s, SCHMIDT introduced the Portable Numberer, a portable marking machine that could be brought to the parts being marked when it was too difficult or impossible to bring the parts to the machine. The Portable Numberer was designed to mark serial numbers on cars, trucks, tractors, and railway car frames, but worked well … Continue Reading
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SCHMIDT’s First Hydraulic Roll Marking Machines

Schmidt first designed and manufactured hydraulic roll marking machines over 80 years ago as an alternative to press marking. The term “roll marking” means just what it implies: characters are literally “rolled” into a part as opposed to being stamped in with a press. Roll marking is an economical solution in applications where tonnage requirements … Continue Reading
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Laser Marking Vector Files For Your Logo

 Vector files are great for laser marking logos onto parts. They’re easy to work with and can be used to make high quality laser marks of any size. Learn how to prep your vector file and laser marking software to get a high-quality logo on your parts in “Perfecting Your Logo Part 2: Vector … Continue Reading
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Our Original Nameplate Marking Machine

With 90 years of engineering and history behind it, the Model 4 has become a popular solution for nameplate marking. It’s easy to use, versatile, and built to last — we regularly get orders for character dials for Model 4s that are over 20 years old. If you need a marking solution for nameplates, tags, … Continue Reading
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An Update from SCHMIDT About COVID-19

As you have no doubt heard, Illinois has issued a shelter-in-place directive to its residents to slow the spread of COVID-19. Thus far, this directive has exempted workforces supplying to essential businesses and critical infrastructure sectors, including medical, military, aerospace, pharma, food service, etc. “If you work in a critical infrastructure industry, as defined by … Continue Reading