Dot peen marker series
- Published: July 4, 2018
Kwik Mark has announced its new line of X Series dot peen markers.
The new design supports high performance for demanding applications. The cantilevered marking head provides a clear open line of sight while the marking head can retract “back” to clear other tooling and equipment. Up to six axes are motion control ready and no PC or control box is required. For custom integration with logic, additional I/O is available.
This dot peen marker features machine tool quality construction with twin rigid upright column leadscrew and ball slide design, brushless servomotors and non contact limit home sensors and large t-slot table for fixturing. It is also available with programmable Z axis (full column height).
A file based solution with Kwik Mark’s iTeach function allows users to use the marking tip as a “pointer” to define the text path. Teach the starting point of a line (one point), the angle to use for angular text (two points), and the radius for arc text (three points), without prints, measuring tools or even the skillset to do layout work. The latest embedded controls feature CF card memory with preprogrammed functions, job selection or data input and bar code input ready. The machines are future upgradable and field rebuildable.