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Product Announcements

New at IMTS 2014: ProfiMark!

In less than two weeks, IMTS 2014 will kick off at McCormick Place in Chicago for the more than 100,000 buyers and sellers from all over the globe who attend. The International Manufacturing Technology Show is in its 30th edition, while MECCO® celebrates its 125th year in business in booth N6058. Read more

Marking Equipment’s First EtherNet/IP Solution

Most factory equipment is controlled through programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to automate processes in assembly lines. While devices such as conveyors, robotic devices, and vision systems typically communicate directly with a PLC using EtherNet/IP™, historically, marking systems have not. Read more

MECCO Receives Patent for Safety Seal Laser Marking System

Mecco® Marking & Traceability has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for their Safety Seal Laser Marking System: US Patent No. 8,624,154. Read more

EtherNet/IP for Marking Devices Debuts at Assembly Show

Mecco Marking & Traceability has released EtherMark: EtherNet/IP for Marking Devices and will be demonstrating its capabilities at The Assembly Show beginning October 28. Read more

Video: New MeccoMark Fiber Laser with Ethernet/IP

Mecco announces its new MeccoMark Fiber Laser with EtherNet/IP, a refined marking system focused on simplifying integration and usability. Featuring EtherMark: EtherNet/IP for Marking Devices, laser marking devices now have the ability to communicate directly with a PLC via EtherNet/IP. Read more
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New MeccoMark Fiber Laser Features EtherNet/IP Integration

MECCO is proud to announce the release of its new MeccoMark Fiber Laser Marking System, which features patent-pending technology that facilitates integration of the marking system into factory automation networks using EtherNet/IP protocol. Read more