Manufacturers and suppliers of aviation and aerospace components often need to permanently mark parts both large and small for easy "cradle-to-grave" traceability.
Dot peen and electrochemical marking solutions are most frequently employed by aerospace manufacturers. Laser and ink marking are sometimes required.
Aerospace engine components typically need to be marked to SAE AS478 Identification Marking standards. Many aerospace manufacturers – including Rolls-Royce, GE, Pratt & Whitney, Boeing and Airbus – have their own individual marking standards. Dapra Marking can help you choose the best marking solution for the component type, volume and standards you need to accommodate.
Permanent Marking of Aerospace Components:
Jet engine and airframe components
Data plates, nameplates and tags
Helicopter, airplane and other aircraft components
Popular Machines for Marking Aerospace Components:
Economical, mechanical spindle marking tool that is easily integrated into vertical or horizontal machining centers, milling machines and equivalent CNC machines with a rotating spindle. Does not require electrical or pneumatic input for operation.
Offers all of the benefits of electrochemical marking, plus the ability to mark variable information such as sequential serial numbers, data matrix codes, logos, graphics and multiline text. Kits ME3000TK and ME3000SK are most appropriate for automotive component marking applications.
Turnkey industrial bench-top fiber laser marking workstations that will hold up to your demanding requirements and provide industry-leading safety. 3 Watt to 100 Watt laser sources and many accessories and options to suit your application.