PRLog - Sep. 11, 2012 - TECHNOMARK®, a specialist in permanent-marking equipment, is set to release two new product lines in 2012: the fully modular MULTI4® Third Generation and the Flexmark™ 2-in-1, the latter of which has been specially designed to meet the needs of SMEs
Fresh from the success of its patented MULTI4® concept, TECHNOMARK® is introducing two new lines of marking equipment this year: the fully modular MULTI4®
These two new products are notable for their ease of use, rugged construction, performance and power. They feature a simple user interface with intuitive controls, a high-definition colour screen and icon-based navigation. The machines are robust, thanks to the use of aluminium-cast parts in their construction, and feature both a USB and an Ethernet connection. The new MULTI4® and the new Flexmark™ have enhanced marking speeds of several characters per second, along with 40MB of memory, which is enough capacity for approximately 20,000 files.
The MULTI4® (Patent No FR9914782) is one machine with four possible configurations:
TECHNOMARK® offers smart marking thanks to its ground-breaking Intelligent Driving Impact (or IDI®) function (International Patent Application No PCT/FR2006/001246)
TECHNOMARK®’s equipment can be used to make quick, attractive markings on any type of material that can be marked and measures up to 63 HRC on the Rockwell hardness scale, including aluminium, copper, brass, bronze, glass, plastic, steel, stainless steel, treated steel, titanium and wood.
TECHNOMARK® has successfully adapted its product range to suit the needs of a wide range of clients and to comply with the latest standards in a host of industries.
TECHNOMARK® designs, manufactures and sells permanent marking equipment that uses dot-peen and scratching technology. The specialist company, which is headquartered in Saint-Chamond, near Lyons (in South-Eastern France), relies on a network of more than 100 partners worldwide.
Starting as a manufacturer of standard marking equipment, TECHNOMARK® now offers comprehensive solutions for industrial traceability. The company is currently expanding its expertise in three core areas: firstly, permanent marking that uses electromagnetic dot-peen and pneumatic scratching technology; secondly, the verification of DataMatrix codes, as well as normed markings; finally, customised solutions for marking and traceability using a range of skills, including direct part marking, verification and database management.
With more than 7,000 pieces of equipment installed worldwide, TECHNOMARK® works with a customer base from a wide range of industries, such as aerospace, automotive, defence, nuclear technology, medical equipment, iron and steel.
In the coming months, TECHNOMARK® will participate in several international trade shows: the International Manufacturing Technology Show 2012, in Chicago (USA), from 10 to 15 September 2012; AMB 2012, in Stuttgart (Germany), from 18 to 22 September 2012; Russian Industrialist, in St Petersburg (Russia), from 25 to 28 September 2012; and, also, MIDEST 2012, in Paris (France), from 6 to 9 November 2012.
To contact TECHNOMARK®, please ring +33 (0)4 77 22 25 91 or email info@technomark-
For further information about TECHNOMARK®, please go to: http://www.technomark.fr/
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