" Lucas Electric got the delivery of a Dotpeenator SA14 Dot Peen Marking System "
Lucas Electric, located in Adapazari, Turkey, received their stand alone, touch screen, desk top Dotpeenator SA14 dot peen marking system to mark engine starter coils during manufacturing process. SA14 marking head with 160X110mm marking field was positioned at an agle of 90 degrees to mark the work pieces with ease. We thank the stuff of Lucas Electric for choosing us as a supplier of marking systems.
Alfa Laval marks name plates of heat exchangers by a Dotpeenator CO9 Dot Peen Marking System
Alfa Laval, globally functioning in heating and cooling industry chose us as a local dot peen marking system supplier in local market. They fill in metal name plates for their systems by our Dotpeenator CO9 Dot Peen Marking Machine.
Pegasus chose us as a marking systems supplier
Pegasus, one international Turkish airlines company, invested in one of our Dotpeenator CO9 Dot Peen Marking Systems to keep track of their special tools used for maintaining aircraft components.
Tupraş Aliaga Refinery marks their tools by our Dotpeenator CO9 Dot Peen Marking Machine
In order to assure the traceability of their tools used in maintenance operations in the refinery, Tupras marks 2D Data Matrix Codes in to them by a Dotpeenator CO9 Dot Peen Marking Machine.
Borusan Mannesman marks random samples of pipes with Dotpeenator CO9 Desk Top Dot Peen Marking Machines
Borusan Mannesman, located in Gebze, Bursa, Turkey, invested in 2 units of DotPeenator CO9 Desk Top Dot Peen Marking Systems for marking random samples with 0.5 to 1mm height characters in order to track them in their quality department.
2011 Tehran International Trade Fair
We took place in the International Trade Show held in Tehran on 6th through 9th of September, 2011 with our range of Dotpeenator Dot Peen Marking Systems. Our high-tech machines drew very much attention by the local investors in Iran. We thank our sales team and interpreter for the work done during the show.
We are honored with CE and ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certificates
As a long term team work in our production, we are honored with CE and ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certificates.
Question: Is your marking machine suitable for "Low stress stamping (marking)"?
Answer: Yes. Suitable.
However, stress is not any exact value given but changeable. The amount of stress that any similar systems create might be different. And, again since our Dotpeenator is a CNC with controllable depth to some extent, you may drop or increase the value of stress by yourself.
For instance, to drop the stress value;
1-You create some intervals between the dots our machine can hit on the surface of the material. Higher the intervals between the dots, lower the stress a peen creates.
TO DO THAT;
-put a text on the work area of the screen
-go to "Edit" Tab
-Click on the Dot Array
-Make the Dot Mode: Dot
-Dot Spacing: something between 0.1-1mm (Preferably something 0.5mm and 1mm)
-Go to "print "Tab
-Click on "Pen Down Delay" (It is supposed to be 5-8ms) After the first test of the above steps at the value of 5 - 8ms, if not satisfied of the total timing of marking, decrease that value down to 2ms. That procedure decreases the total marking time. Because of that, you may need to increase the air pressure and make the dots twice or more.
-Click on "Pen Up Delay" (It is supposed to be any default value between 5- 8ms.) After the first test of the above steps at the value of 5 - 8ms, if not satisfied of the total timing of marking, decrease that value down to 2ms. That decreases the total marking time. Because of that, you may need to increase the air pressure and make the dots twice or more.
TO MAKE THE DOT HITTING MORE THAN ONE TIME DO THE FOLLOWINGS;
-Click on the Text you put on the work area of the screen
-Click on the second "Content" in a row from the top on the right side menu.
-Make the Intensity: 2 or more as you wish.
2-You shape the tip of the peen like the ballpoint tip of a pen. Higher the radius of the tip of the peen, lower the stress the peen creates.