A full carbide pin is brought to oscillation. The pin is moved in x- and y-direction via two carriages and pushed into the material by an upward and downward stroke. Depending on dot density, a writing arises.
Benefits at a glance
- Marking of figures, characters, lines and contours onto the workpiece
- Due to the separate aligned dots, the force effect to the material is very low
- Is a very fast method for parts marking (12 characters per second on a area of 160 x 17 mm)
- Markings are still visible after shotblasting