HBS dot peen engraving machine works by electromechanically striking a carbide stylus assembly against the surface of a part to be marked. The result is a succession of dots to create digits, text, logos, and 2D data matrix codes. Each dot is the result of a pulsed current that runs through a solenoid, punches a magnet toward the surface, and then returns the stylus to its starting position. It's portable, which can be put on the cart as well as on the table.
Dot peen marking technology is widely used throughout the automotive and aerospace industries since the systems are particularly suitable for the permanent marking of any surface material, the technology is also widely used in agricultural machinery, construction equipment, metal working industries, electronics components, transportation & logistics industries, the oil & gas industry, etc.