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PLFAE3525- Special (3) position tag fixture for Bench Top Marking machine.

 

IM-M75-FD (fixed dot) sample mark on steel pipe.

 

Model 78 with custom rod extension

78-SUB-FK-GB-20-AE2227  Mite-E-Mark Air impact marker featuring: A) Air forward air return B) Foot mounting C) Keyed non-rotating rod D) Max force 2200 lbs. at 80 psi E) “GB” style to hold (1) CM7G stamp insert F) 2″ max stroke… Continue reading

Embossing die pair AL07919 for aluminum gutters

Customer will be using the large embossing on gutters, so the mark can be seen from the ground.

Looks great! The image on the right is the die shoe holder.

Custom steel stamp lead times.

Q- How long does it take to have a custom metal stamp made?

 

A- Typically it takes 2-3 weeks. 2 weeks for repeat orders.

*Large quantities may take 3-4 weeks.

Minimum order requirement.

Q- Does Columbia Marking Tools have a minimum order requirement?

A- CMT’s minimum order requirement is $50.00.

*The cost for shipping is not included as part of the order total.

 

Can the model 78 mark a 1/4″ tall character into mild steel?

Q- Can CMT’s model 78 mark a 1/4″ tall character into mild steel?

 

A- No the model 78 air impact marker with the 2″ stroke puts out 2,200 lbs. of force at 80 PSI.

(1) 1/4″ tall character going… Continue reading

Model 288 air impact marker with 6″ stroke.

 

The model 288 has many different options available such as: different stroke lengths, mounting brackets and position sensors.

Picture below is of a 288-SP-OB-60-D-NL.

The 288 puts out 3 tons of force at 80 PSI.

For more information copy… Continue reading

Model 78 air impact marker with extended rod.

The model 78 is CMT’s most sold impact marker.

It’s compact size makes it a great choice for integrating into a machine design.

We can also customize as seen in the picture below. This unit has a 2.5″ extended… Continue reading

Hand held air hammer model 75/85

The model 75/85 are a great option for simple inspection marks.

These units take out the safety hazard of hand stamping. Available in 1,500 lbs. of force (model 75) and 2,500 lbs. of force. (model 85)

See picture below.… Continue reading