CMT has designed the I-Mark line for the use in automated applications. The I-Mark Dot-Peen unit is built for high volume robotic applications. The IMID60 is is ready for 24/7 industrial part marking.
Columbia Marking Tools offers a hand held heavy duty dot peen marking machine. This hand held system allows for deep part marking of VERY large parts, and can also be used as a benchtop model. The Hand held Model IMH60 uses the easy to use I-Mark windows software to program the flexible marking layouts.
The I-Mark I series “Quiet” Scribe is the single most popular programmable system sold by Columbia Marking Tools. The solid build of this unit, combined with the Ballscrew drives makes industrial 24/7 high volume marking easy.
Columbia Marking Tools offers a hand held light weight dot peen marking machine. This hand held system allows for the marking of VERY large parts, and can also be used as a benchtop model. The Hand held Model HH2050 uses the easy to use I-Mark windows software to program the flexible marking layouts.
The I-Mark line uses the latest technology to expand the process of marking. The I-Mark controller can be configured for up to 6 axis and a wide range of tooling. Plus the standard marking head can mark BOTH dot-peen and scribe in the same marking legend
Columbia Marking Tools’ patented Square ◙ Dot® scribe marking enables encoding data, such as 2D Matrix codes, onto hard materials at very high speed with Grade “A” readability, the highest standard rating, equivalent to 1,200 reads per second with no variations.
Columbia Marking Tools is here to Support your Manufacturing NeedsOffering a 10% Discount on I-Mark Heads, Air Impact Markers & Parts Columbia Marking Tools has implemented the Federal Guidelines regarding the COVID-19 virus. During this time, CMT will continue to provide quality machines and tooling to assure ongoing manufacturing can Read more…
Q: What is the recovery if the safety were to go down in the middle of the marking. This does not necessarily stop the marker but the air will go down causing the marker to not mark even though it completes the sequence. What would be your suggestion on how Read more…