SIC Marking releases C 151 z-a marking machine for the aeronautics market

SIC Marking, Lissieu, France, has released the C151 z-a series marking machine. With its autosensing capability, this marking machine is particularly targeted at the aeronautics industry, offering good repeatability and traceability.

Mar 11th, 2011
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SIC Marking, Lissieu, France, has released the C151 z-a series marking machine. With its autosensing capability, this marking machine is particularly targeted at the aeronautics industry, offering good repeatability and traceability.

The C151 z-a series high repeatability and precision is due to its micropercussion technology, its “AERO” type stylus, and its precise mechanism (movement resolution is just 0.05, compared with the 0.1 generally seen on the market). This machine is capable of marking high-quality and extremely consistent Datamatrix codes in real time, providing durable marking that remains readable under all circumstances.

For this purpose, the machine has been fitted with special technology introduced by SIC Marking called autosensing. Autosensing refers to the marking machine’s ability to detect the surface to be engraved and to position itself at exactly the optimal distance to trigger strikes. This characteristic, along with its repeatability and precision, means that consistent micropercussion is guaranteed. The C151 z-a can therefore move from one marking job to the next automatically, maintaining total part traceability.

Suitable for all parts (aluminium, titanium etc.), up to the largest of parts, the C151 z-a satisfies the requirements of both French (DT05-89 and XP Pr EN9132) and International (IAQG SPEC 2000 and UID) standards.

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