DPM – [Direct Product Marking] is a process of marking directly onto a product or substrate using such marking techniques as industrial ink jet, laser, dot peen, engraving, electro-chemical etch or rubber stamping.
Inkjet-CIJ- White Patch, Black OCRA Windows Font on Top
Laser-CO2- UID 2D Code, Green Anodized Aluminum
Laser – YAG- Matched Alphanumeric Text on SS
Additive Marking Process — any part identification process whereby the intended mark is added to the product or substrate. Examples include: labels and tags, ink jet printing, rubber stamping and silk screening.
Labels, Nameplates-MIL STD 130 UID Compliant
Inkjet CIJ – Black MIL STD 130 Compliant w/Rectangular 2D Code
Inkjet-CIJ- Black MIL-STD 202 Compliant – Array Printing
Subtractive Marking Process — any part identification process whereby the intended mark is formed by removing material from the part. Examples include: laser engraving, dot peen and electro-chemical etching.
Dot Peen – Engrave Alphanumeric Text on Curve
Laser – CO2 Text & UID 2D Code on a Curve
Dot Peen – Dapra – MIL STD 130 UID Compliant on SS