Pryor design and manufacture the widest range of permanent marking systems in the world, with a range including manual hand stamps, precision engraved dies, dot peen marking machines, laser marking machines and chemical etching.
Pryor's senior management will present a case study at the AeroDef 2019 conference entitled "Using Robotics to Prevent Quality Escapes in Aerospace Part Marking".
Pryor is the global leader in aerospace marking standards and component traceability, offering diverse packages to ensure components are tracked through manufacture and life-cycle, with data capture and process control. Our software and hardware can be set to mark against the requirements of numerous international standards including US DoD UID standards, ATA Spec 2000, AIM-DPM (Automatic Identification and Mobility association's standard on Direct Part Marking), SAE International's marking standard and OEM specifications. If your client asks you to comply with these standards, Pryor is the ideal partner as standard software and hardware solutions have been specifically developed to cover all aspects of these specifications, including the quality of the mark, verification and reporting. Robotic marking systems have become a core feature of Pryor's solutions for both automotive and aerospace manufacturers. Using vision systems to automatically locate the correct mark location and verify the quality of the mark, operator error is eliminated and a single marking station can be used to identify any component on any required surface.