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7/24/2018

In-Process Marking Consolidates Setups

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IMTS 2018: Tapmatic's ScribeWriter Force II is designed to reduce the need for secondary marking operations.

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The ScribeWriter Force II from Tapmatic marks the workpiece as it is mad without a standalone marking machine.. Logo or text marking can be programmed at the machine control or from CAM or engraving software at a separate workstation.

Flexure technology enables marking material as hard as 62 HRC without changing springs. Users adjust a dial from 0 to 7, or to H for the hardest materials.

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