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Monday, December 5, 2016

New Handheld Marking System FlyMarker PRO

December 9, 2013

For durable markings of big and unmovable work pieces of the ship building industry, a portable handheld marking system means simplification. The handheld marking system FlyMarker PRO of the German company MARKATOR is battery operated and with this very flexible. The dot peen marker weighs slightly over 4 kg and can be easily carried across the shipyard to mark work pieces on site.

The control unit is installed in the break-proof housing of the hand-held marking system and is with this protected against external influences, and there are no cables to endanger the work.

The mechanics and guided linear guides in x- and y-direction are very precise and guarantee a very high repeat accuracy and a warp-free marking result at high marking speed.

With a strong magnet for extremely deep markings and with a powerful battery this portable power pack is well equipped for almost all marking tasks. Subsequent processes are not a problem and the marking is still readable for example after a coating process. Also work pieces with a scale layer can be marked without any problems.

The illuminated marking area enables an easy adjustment of the handheld marking system onto the work piece to be marked. The marking system itself and the standard accessories can be stored in a hard protective case.

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