M Series

Extended Pin Housing for M-Series Machine

Question: Why should I purchase the extended pin assemble for my machine?

Answer:  When marking tags or other small parts, the extended pin assembly will give you more room between the marking head and the part.  This will… Continue reading

Mild steel tooling, radial mark

 Machine used- IM-M75F

Part- mild steel tooling

Character size- 1/8” tall

Number of characters- 22

Marking PSI- 30

Using CAD images inside I-Mark software to aid in programming

Customers purchasing programmable dot peen marking stations often ask what can be done to make programming a marking layout easier.  The answer is simple, use the CAD data of the part as a background image in your marking layout.… Continue reading

Setting up IMARK Counters

Q: How do I set up a counter in your IMARK program.



First you’ll want to setup the counters parameters.  Let the software open fully, then on the ribbon menu across the top of the software called… Continue reading

Dot peen of very small characters

Question: How small of a character can I mark with the I-Mark M-75 series dot peen marker with the “fixed dot” style marking stylus?

Answer:  There are many factors that can affect the results of small character marking.  … Continue reading

Dot Peen Marking on a curved surface without using a rotator.

Q: Can the I-Mark be used to mark on a curved part without using a rotator?


Using the fixed dot pin on the Bench Top M Series gives you that option. The fixed dot pin travels over… Continue reading