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Instrument marks up to four characters per second.

The MicroLiner 312 is a marking instrument that can generate scribe, stylus, or dot-matrix marking, as well as ECC200 DataMatrix code marking for reading by automated vision systems. It is programmable, marking up to four characters per second, offering in-line processing, lot control, and traceability. Driven by a high-speed stepper motor and ball screw arrangement, the marker moves on linear guide rails. Weighing 6.6 lb, the marker can be fixed in its mounting for automation situations, or it can be furnished with indexing mechanisms or part holding fixtures. The size of the marker is approximately 6-1/3" x 5.9" x 5.9". Its controller can generate time and date codes internally, or it can receive marking data from other sources by means of an RS-232 interface or via optional RS-422, Profibus, or Ethernet. Its signal exchanges with the user's automation can be via digital I/O or optional DeviceNet technology. Borries Marking Systems

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Title Annotation:New Products
Publication:Modern Applications News
Date:Apr 1, 2008
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