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Air powered marking tools.

Metal Bracket Marked by Slide-A-Mark

Metal Bracket marked by Slide-A-Mark

Marking Solution tested: CMT’s telescoping 8 ton air impact marker the Model 751 Slide-A-Mark

Part Description: Metal Bracket – automotive

Part Material: Sheet Metal – soft steel

Mark info: 8R8R     … Continue reading

RCLA Marked by Slide-A-Mark

RCLA Marked Part

Marking Solution: Model 851

Part Description: RCLA

Part Material: Heavy Gage steel welded parts

Mark info: 1234      Character Size: 1/8″  &  3/16″

Information in 2D code:  N/A

Mark cycle time required:   5 seconds

Reason for test mark:… Continue reading

Automated Impact Marker Station

Automated Impact Marker Station

The CMT Slide-A-Marktm Floor mounted pedestal is used in robotic cells to provide the fastest date marking operation available. Complete cycle time including loading and unloading part is less than 3 seconds, marked to the depth… Continue reading

Model 78 exhausts “too much air”

Q: For the Model 78,  when it impacts it seems to exhaust a lot of air. This is normal correct? Its just some sort of a quick exhaust?

A: The seals are design to release the air when… Continue reading

Mite-E-Mark Video

Short video showing the operation of the Mite-E-Mark Continue reading

Connector Style for Model 288

Q: What sensor is integrated in the model 288-OB-25-D?

One of the Integrated Connectors for the Air Impact Marker lineMore information on all Connectors

A:   Eurofast: Small metric (M12 x 1 thread)10 volt/ 65 voltDC4 pin, 3… Continue reading

Model 288 Tube/Pipe Size and connections?

Q: What is the NPT and the Tube size required to install the model 288?

A:  The tube size is 3/8” with a ½” shop air line into the valve. The air connection is 3/8″ NPT. For the complete… Continue reading

Return position sensor for model 88?

Q: Does the model 88 have a switch to tell that it’s returned and away from the part?

A: No. The model 88 does not have return switch because the return force is generated with a spring. The model 88… Continue reading

Air impact marker marking harden cast iron parts.

Model used: 851-OK-25-00 ( Air impact Marker ) with 751KC100 Holder 

Many times CMT is asked, can air impact markers mark harden parts. The answer is yes, but there are issues to consider. 1) Reduction in the amount… Continue reading 

Air Requirements for Air Impact Markers

Air Requirements

A simple chart gives various information for Air Impact Models. The information includes the bore size, stroke length, and relative time to extend, CV, SCFM, and expected drop in pressure of the compressed air.

The Air Impact Marker… Continue reading