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Stephen Hannon | 23 Sep, 2004 12:00 AM
If you can you should look at a CN212Sp pinstamper by Technifor and compare out of the box use.
Posted: 13 years 5 months ago   | Permalink
Gabriel Angel Ordaz | 19 Jan, 2006 12:00 AM
I need to buy a telesis pinstampTMP 1700 Component specific is a pencil, i would like to contact the people tha can help me in this issue.
Thank you very much.
Posted: 12 years 1 month ago   | Permalink
Leng K. Pheng | 05 Jun, 2006 12:00 AM
If any of you have read the article and looking for a marking system. You should take a look at the SIC Marking too. All our system are electromagnetic driven and you won't have this lousy noise from the marking head. SIC Marking sales offices are located in 40 countries.

If you need a similar system to the TMP1700 check out for the e6-I 51.

Follow this website to download brochures and drawings:
Posted: 11 years 9 months ago   | Permalink
Mark Wadsworth | 17 Jan, 2007 12:00 AM
Pryor Marking is a specialist manufacturer of marking tools and equipment.

Please look at our website to see our current range of products.
Posted: 11 years 1 month ago   | Permalink
Alexander Van der Spiegel | 04 Feb, 2007 12:00 AM
The difference with SIC machines is that they use a solenoid to drive the pin ...this means that with a lot of production they get very hot and break down...
Posted: 11 years 1 month ago   | Permalink
Anonymous | 14 May, 2007 12:00 AM
This unit utilizes a stepper motor and a belt drive to minimize cost. Many applications are requiring 2D codes which when dot peened require accuracy to be read with an inexpensive scanner/imager to be read throughout the process and sometimes the supply chain. The most robust designed units are lead screw driven with servo drives. The better design is
1. Richter - Germany
2. Couth - Spain
3. Pryor - England
4. Technifor - France
5. Mathews - American
Posted: 10 years 9 months ago   | Permalink

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