Marking area 170 x 110 mm
The marking machine for integration i170X has been studied with the purpose of being easily integrated in other devices, production lines or team of robots.
The marking head is sturdy and it needs low maintenance.
The marking area of 170 x 110 mm allows to insert easily several lines of code on the component.
With this model is possible to mark on every kind of materials, from plastic to hardened steel (up to 62HRC of superficial hardness).
The mechanics of this device is contained in a resistant aluminium case and the flexible leather bellows (optional) allow a continuous and intense use.
The integration take place through MODBUS-RTU, 24 VDC digital I/O port or ASCII protocol on serial port RS-232. Ethernet and Profinet are optional.
Marking machine for integration DOT6-i170X
The DOT6-i170X marking machine for integration is easy to use and it is ideal for the identification of components inside auotomatized sistem.
It is equipped with an electromagnetic stylus with a 4 mm diameter that use a drive frequency up to 100 Hz. Thanks to the small dimensions it is the best solution for the user who needs to identify bulky components that don’t need surface treatment (painting, galvanization).
Marking machine for integration TOP6-i170X
The marking machine TOP6-i170X is an high performance and powerful system ideal to do deep and precise markings.
It is possible to use stylus with 3, 6 or 16 mm diameter and thanks to the pneumatic drive with 6 bar pressure, it allows to do marking up to 0,6 mm deep on steel without heat treatment that can be visible also after painting or galvanization.
Feature and advantage:
Separated hardware with robotic cable
MOSBUS RTU, ASCII protocol and 24 VDC digital I/O
USB, RS-232, TCP/IP (optional) connections
Easy to use and program
Possibility of remote assistance
Identify3 PC Software included
Import of BMP, DXF, DWG, PLT
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