FlyMarker – the new way of marking


FlyMarker is a revolutionary new CNC marking device from Capital Equipment Machinery Sales, ideal for the marking of individual parts.

This sturdy, low-noise, electromagnetically driven marking pin can permanently mark bulky, heavy and immobile workpieces – regardless of where they are.

FlyMarker is suitable for almost all materials from hardened steel, aluminium or plastics through to materials that are pressure-sensitive, thin-walled, laminated or round finished products.

The hand-held FlyMarker is the first “thinking” marking device.

If the entered text is too long, it will automatically be compressed.

FlyMarker marks clear and well-defined numbers, letters, various signs and logos in dot matrix.

Uneven surfaces or contours are marked with continuously even and deep typeface.

FlyMarker is simple to use.

The operator types the marking text – checks it on the LCD – marks – and it’s done.

Instruction time is only one minute, because FlyMarker’s operation is logical and self-explanatory.

It can operate either with a power supply or with a long-lasting rechargeable battery.

Capital Equipment Machinery Sales specializes in the sales and service of lathes, milling machines, bandsaws, press brakes, guillotines and pedestal drills.

Capital Equipment Machinery Sales
Ph: 08 9258 1850

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