KM-1207 Benchtop Dot Peen Marker

April 30, 2018
KM-1207 Benchtop Dot Peen Marker

Kwik Mark Inc. offers the KM-1207 benchtop dot peen marker, with a large 12” x 7” marking area to suit most industrial marking applications. It can engrave on materials ranging from hardened tool steels to delicate plastics.

This dot peen marker — manufactured in the U.S. — is a chip-less engraver ideal for marking tags, legends and machine parts with high resolution images. The unique dot peen process “floats” on the material surface during the marking operation, making it ideal for flat, curved and irregular surfaces. The system has built-in serializing, date coding and graphic engraving functions.                                    

The KM-1207 machine is self-contained, requiring no PC for operation, and features the latest embedded control technology with a dual memory embedded processor with compact flash card. It includes a detachable keyboard as well.

No software to learn or manuals to read. With the Express Text feature press one key and enter the text to mark, on the included keyboard. Or use the patented iTeach function, which allows you to use the marking tip as a “pointer” to define the text path.

The Kwik Mark is also available in a standard 6” x 4” marking area. Other sizes include 24” x 24” and even up to 4ft x 8ft travels for full sheet processing.

Related Glossary Terms

  • flash

    flash

    Thin web or film of metal on a casting that occurs at die partings and around air vents and movable cores. This excess metal is due to necessary working and operating clearances in a die. Flash also is the excess material squeezed out of the cavity as a compression mold closes or as pressure is applied to the cavity.

  • flat ( screw flat)

    flat ( screw flat)

    Flat surface machined into the shank of a cutting tool for enhanced holding of the tool.

  • tool steels

    tool steels

    Group of alloy steels which, after proper heat treatment, provide the combination of properties required for cutting tool and die applications. The American Iron and Steel Institute divides tool steels into six major categories: water hardening, shock resisting, cold work, hot work, special purpose and high speed.

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