SIC Marking Battery-powered marking gun for industrial applications

Editor: Briggette Jaya

France – SIC-Marking has introduced an all-in-one marking gun. Its built-in marking head, programming keypad and battery make the smallest battery operated marking system unique, the supplier says.

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Sic's marking gun with its 60 mm x 25 mm marking window and tungsten carbide stylus, e-mark indents alphanumeric text, logos and data matrix codes directly onto substrates ranging from plastic to metals.
Sic's marking gun with its 60 mm x 25 mm marking window and tungsten carbide stylus, e-mark indents alphanumeric text, logos and data matrix codes directly onto substrates ranging from plastic to metals.
(Source: Sic Marking)

According to France-based SIC, the portable gun with an ergonomic grip weighs less than 3 kg, has an 18 V Li-ion battery that can operate for up to four hours (500 markings) and is equipped with an extra battery.

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The company adds that with its 60 mm x 25 mm marking window and tungsten carbide stylus, e-mark indents alphanumeric text, logos and data matrix codes directly onto substrates ranging from plastic to metals. The optional front-end support makes it possible to mark large immobile parts in workshops or on worksites. Moreover, its software has clear, icon-driven menus that can also manage files from a PC and the top-mounted keypad allows easy typing. The window screen is configured to display the same scale as the marking that is to be indented.

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