Electrolytic marking machine E1 series

electrolytic marking machine
electrolytic marking machine
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metal, aluminum
Other characteristics
stainless steel
X travel

75 mm (3 in)

Y travel

56 mm (2 in)


Chem-etching If you are looking for an infallible way to easily engrave different materials, electrolytic marking is the most effective solution because it can guarantee you an indelible and personal impression. How does it work? The marking unit gives an electric shock, from the limited voltage to the pre-engraved pad, leaving an indelible mark on the surface of the product. The electrolytic marking is a direct and economical marking system, able to preserve the integrity of the engraved piece that in this way does not suffer stress from deformation, alterations of the structure and thermal damage, for this reason it is particularly recommended for the machining of tempered parts. The result of the electrolytic marking is high-contrast, similar to that made with the laser engraver, even if completely manual. Electrolytic marking system: ideal for electrically conductive materials! The electrolytic marking system is suitable for all materials that are good conductors of electricity: mainly it is used for marking on stainless steel, steel, aluminum and hard metals. With a power ranging from 30 to 60 VA, the electrolytic procedure allows to obtain results resistant to water, acids and abrasion. The offer proposed by Automator International’s experts includes the E1030, an essential economic kit, and the E1250, for high-contrast electrolytic marking. The Automator electrolytic engraving products are complete in a practical case, as they contain the marking punch, 100 stencils, marking liquids and the contact plate. Be wary of imitations and buy only from leading retailers of electrolytic marking system such as Automator International!
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