Part:Stainless Steel Plate
Material: Stain Steel
Character size: 3/16″
Number of characters: 10
Note:Two lines of information
Machine used: IMC Air scribe Cycle time: 6-7 sec
For more on the marking system used please see: http://columbiamt.com/CMT-Dot-Peen-Scribe/
Project scope: CMT to provide a stand alone Impact Marking Machine complete with part fixture stamp holder and stamps to mark gear housing parts. Material is cast iron, marking legend is (6) 3/16″ character part number. Customer provided part drawing shows location of the mark. Marking time is estimated at 2 seconds. Part loading / unloading is manual.
Marking (1) 1/8″ character onto automotive axles.
For more information: http://columbiamt.com/CMT-Impact-Marking/Single-Acting-3-Ton.html
Material: Alumnum Character size:3/16″
Number of characters: 17 and 2D code
Note:One lines of information
Machine used: IM-IS60 Air scribe Cycle time: 35 sec
For more on the marking system used please see: http://columbiamt.com/CMT-Dot-Peen-Scribe
Q: How to program layout for ASCII placeholders? Which code do you use the %P# or the %###? How do you determine the size of the placeholder?
A: When programming text the following box will be seen on the I-Mark screen:
In the command string “%P#” the only item that is changed is #. This is replaced with a variable from 0 through 9. The number relates to the field number in the incoming data string. The text box will automatically be size to fit the information in the data string. The three elements that the programmer may control are: 1) The size of the Text 2) The spcaing of the Text 3) The location of the Lower Left Hand corner of the Text box.