Visitors to this year’s Advanced Engineering exhibition will have the opportunity to experience first-hand Pryor’s extensive range of industrial marking, identification and traceability equipment and software.
Pryor’s team of specialists will be available to discuss the requirements of visitors and explain how to achieve superior mark quality and full traceability of parts with advanced software that can be easily incorporated in the manufacturing process.
Visitors to the exhibition can get up close and personal with InDot, Pryor’s leading range of dot-peen marking machines. Designed for integration into existing production lines, InDot provides a sequence of impact dot marks that create human or machine readable inscriptions such as identification codes, logos and 2D Data Matrix barcodes.
For those interested in laser marking systems, Pryor’s new laser marking machine will be on show. This incorporates high speed, on-the-fly laser marking and vision control, while producing a clean, smooth finish.
In addition, Pryor will also present its new embedded control system, the 4000 Controller. This latest generation control system, which features a 10.4” industrial grade touchscreen, is one of the most robust, reliable and user friendly models on the market and is ideal for error-free marking in a wide range of sectors, such as automotive and aerospace.
Alastair Morris, Sales Director at Pryor, comments: “Advanced Engineering is the perfect exhibition for engineers from across industry to see, feel and experience the full capability of our solutions. Our team can provide expert advice on marking best practice and explain how to ensure ultimate traceability throughout the production process, as well as demonstrate a variety of our solutions.”