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Air powered marking tools.

78 Mite Mark Test Mark

The AMAZING MITE-E-MARK model 78 is the ONLY air cylinder with a 1 ¾ ” stroke that delivers over 1 ton of force.

 

So the reason for this test is IMPORTANT. The unsupported Catalytic Cylinder may be damaged by… Continue reading

751 Slide-A-Mark Test Mark

Test mark request #90

Test mark with model 751

(6) 1/8” tall characters

Part material Aluminum

 

Model 288 Rod sticking

Question:

We are using the PLC to send a signal for a very short time so we can control how hard we stamp the part. We have measured the wave form and it appears the signal is good. Could you… Continue reading

FAQ Model 78 MIte E Mark

Question::

Of this model 78FKOB10E, I would like to know what is the difference between a pneumatic marker lubricated or dry?

I would also like to know if the marker tips are included and in what sizes?

 

Answer:

The… Continue reading

Otics 78 impact prick punch test

(6) sample marks were tested. The Model 78 was used in both a 1″ stroke (less force) and the 2″ stroke (more force). Different PSI settings

were tested to show varying depths achievable. The “P90” prick punch was used on… Continue reading

FAQ Position Sensors

 

 Question:

I have a question regarding your markers and the mounting of the positioning sensor on the rear of the unit

Within my company this unit has been used several times and the existing order number is… Continue reading

Questions on FRL for Model 75

Question:

Good Morning  I currently am looking for a new 075FRL20. I need to know what size fittings are on the ends of the hose. I have attached a couple pictures  of what I am looking for.… Continue reading

Marking Cast Aluminum Dot Peen Vs Impact

Impact vs. Dot-Peen:

The (3) parts provided are challenge to provide a solution as requested:

a) Impact

b) One Fixture

Impact Test:

 

Model: 751

Material: Aluminum

Surface: Cast Rough

Air pressure: 30 PSI

Character Size: 1/4”

Number of characters:… Continue reading

Air Impact Marker – Part number location

 

The Model 288 (an other air impact markers) all have a COMPLETE part number marked on them. The location for this part number is on the angle or mounting bracket.

The complete part number can be found on the… Continue reading

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