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Dot peen and scribe marking machines

This meets the coding and identification needs of industrial parts, Technifor has invented dot peen marking since 1981.  Adopted by manufacturers worldwide, this permanent marking technology for traceability is trusted because of its reliability.

Future thinking, our brand is constantly developing new solutions dedicated to the progress of industrial marking and offers 2 mechanical engraving technologies:

  • Dot peen marking: allows industrial engraving of texts, numbers and Datamatrix codes point by point, using excessive speed
  • Scribing marking: uses a continuous line with a powerful and silent industrial markings, which do not create chips or noise.

Choose your marking machine according to your project needs:

 

On-line integrable marking machines

Integrable machines

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Portable engraving machines

Portable machines

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Bench marking machine

Bench machine

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Integrable machines (dot peen or scribing):

Increase productivity with continuous marking!  

Integrated directly on your production lines, Technifor marking heads are compact, powerful and provides superior quality marking performance.

Portable machines (dot peen): 

Offers the flexibility of portable marking!

Can handle large project pieces, in multiple positions? With portable dot peen marking machines, it can easily mark each piece. Technifor marking solutions are designed to be light, easy to use this powerful tool.

Bench / column machines (dot peen): 

Choose the machine, and mark points! 

Can mark multiple parts are of various sizes and can be marked individually in your workshop? Our benchtop dot peen machines are designed to last and are easy to use.

  • What is the difference between dot peen and scribing?

      The dot peen marking is fastdirect and permanent.

      

      Technifor currently offers 2 types of dot peen marking machines: electromagnetic or pneumatic.

      Scribing marking machines allow precisedeep and clean engraving. The stylus penetrates into the material and then, moved from X to Y marks, it scribes the surface of the part and performs the marking.
      For industrial engravings that require speed, use a pneumatic machine. If you need more precision, use the electromagnetic machine.   Often preferred use on production lines for VIN marking on car chassis, scribing does not chip and offers a silent solution. In a single operation, mark alphanumeric characters and a Datamatrix code!
      Dot peen allows the same marking to be carried out on uneven surfaces without losing the high contrast quality this is due to the 3D stylus, of Technifor innovation.   High speeds and low maintenance costs, two key elements of industrial scribing machines.