Scribing Technology

Scribing Technology

 

Precise, Reduced Noise Marking

 

Scribing is a marking process whereby the mark (text, logo, codes) is produced by a carbide or diamond tip that penetrates and indents the surface. This produces a deep groove that forms continuous lines across round, concave, flat, or arched surfaces, and on almost any material. 

 

Also called "drop and drag" or "scratch marking," scribing technology is an ideal choice for applications where noise level limitations are imposed. If dot peen markers are considered too noisy when used on steel pipe, for example, a pneumatic scribing machine might be preferred. SIC Marking's scribing technology guarantees a high quality mark and is ideal for requirements that include Optical Character Recognition (OCR). 

 

Notable Features Include: 

  • The possibility of deep permanent marking (total customization!); 
  • Near inaudible marking; 
  • High speed performance; 
  • Long-term reliability; 
  • High readability; 
  • Powered requirements include electricity and air. 

Scribing technology is a reliable marking solution that has made the SIC Marking Group a world leader in industrial marking. 

 

 

Applications

From VIN marking systems to automatic plate feeder marking stations, marking applications in the automotive industry are numerous. Scribing heads can be mounted on columns, integrated in workstations, or mounted on a robot. Whatever the application, SIC Marking can engineer a solution. 

 

Scribing has also been the technology of choice in, inter alia, the metal working, oil & gas, agricultural, electronic, transportaion, and construction industries. Such machines can be run as a table top workstation (custom solution), but are more commonly integrated into production lines (see the integrated range). 

Scribing Machines

SIC Marking's scribing machines have been engineered for integration into production lines, or to be mounted onto a column. See the e10R i61s or e10R i113s marking heads. 

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