Learn how manufacturers in the medical, auto, defense, oil & gas, and metal fabrication industries have utilized MECCO’s years of experience to solve a range of problems in marking their parts.
For American Bridge, the replacement process for hand stenciling needed to be safe and accomplish more work in less time.
With a high volume of water meters needing marked 3 shifts per day, 5-6 days per week, Badger Meter wanted to implement a fast, high quality marking system.
Meeting the UID mandate for the Department of Defense
Integrated production line laser marking with a small footprint
When Hilite International looked to achieve their goal of zero defects, they chose MECCO's MC2000 SuperFast for rugged, reliable markers.
When part-marking inefficiencies began to inflate production costs, this aerospace components manufacturer transitioned to a new laser marking system.
Ingersoll Rand needed to make VIN number marking more efficient. They turned to the SuperFast to save time, money, and reduce injuries from hand stamp marking.
Manufacturing more than 45 million parts a year, Jiffy-tite needed to move away from marking with ink, which cost the company time, money and sorting costs.
When Komatsu required a solution for direct part marking on heavy duty components that would be readable after being spray painted, they turned to MECCO.
Replacing plaques with more cost-effective laser marking
Walkup Co. was in search of a new marking system to replace the costly, inefficient, and unsafe hand stamp process they used for oil field part traceability.
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