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The Micro Mark is a versatile compact dot peen marker ideal for handheld applications as well as on-machine integration.

The compact (3 x 5 x 6 in. or 76 x 127 x 152 mm) head size (5+ lb or 2.2+ kg) offers a generous 1.0 x 2.5 in. (25.4 x 63.5 mm) marking field to suit most industrial marking applications.

Additional I/O (with logic) streamlines “handshaking” with other machinery, when required, and allows importing data from external files. It includes all software functions, as the entire Kwikmark product line does.

The line centering feature automatically centres the marking image to your part, whether it is single or multiple lines, graphics or both with no measuring or operator input required. Just type the information you wish to mark and the Micro Mark will line it up automatically. This feature may be enabled in the X, Y or both axes. Operators will appreciate this feature especially when marking round parts such as shafts and pipes.

The Micro Mark’s light weight centered and balanced handle suits both left and right-handed operators.



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