Precision Marking

Part Marking Processes

Electrochemical Etch

Characters are produced by use of a controlled pH electrolytic solution to facilitate electrolysis confined to the area of the characters on a stencil. Typical etch depth is less than 0.00005” but can be controlled to depths of up to 0.008” on most material substrates.

Laser Marking

Large laser engraving system, with a 40″ x 28″ (1016 x 711 mm) work area. Capable of cutting and/or engraving all types of materials, including metal, wood, acrylic, rubber, plastic and more. 30, 40, 50, 60, 75 or 120 watt C02 laser.


Screen printing is a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of polyester or other fine mesh, with blank areas coated with an impermeable emulsion, and an ink or paint is forced into the mesh openings with a squeegee onto the substrate being marked. Very precise markings of various colors, shapes and sizes can be made.


A part marking method where machine engraved or embossed features are filled with a contrasting color ink or paint.

Rubber Stamp

Characters commonly produced by ink stamping. This temporary marking methods can be made more robust by applying a clear lacquer of polyurethane overcoat.

Vibro Peen, Manual

Characters produced by a hand guided, rapidly vibrating tool having a pointed tip making indentations on the item to produce characters.

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