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WAGNER E-Line: A Smart Approach to Powder Coating

The Wagner E-Line application solution is a complete package for carefree powder coating. This compact all-round solution offers an economical entry point to professional powder coating – at a convincing price. “The E-Line is an ideal choice for anyone who is still working with steel booths, outdated systems or purely manual hand-coating, as well as for anyone interested in…

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Moving from the Signier to the GA 9010? Everything you need to know

The Walther Pilot Signier Series will be obsolete as of January 31st, 2020, replaced by the feature dense, non-surface damaging GA 9010. Here are all the best reasons to make the switch. The Pilot 9010 marking’s primary uses are marking dots and lines, alphanumeric marking and painting with sharp edges. Most of the applications for these uses fall under…

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How Does Substrate Color Affect Ink Selection?

When selecting an ink for your marking system, several variables affect it’s selection.  One variable affecting the selection of the proper ink is the color of the substrate.  Dark colored substrates such as steel often require a pigmented ink to produce bright, visible results.  These inks contain solid pigments which provide the bright color they are known for.  This requires…

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What are Re-circulation Coating Systems? Do I need one?

A typical marking system is made up of three main components; a marking gun, pressure cup/tank, and controls. While a basic system works for many different types of spray media, some have solid particles that must be kept in suspension to spray consistent marks. One solution to do this is an agitator on the pressure tank. While this thoroughly…

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Ink vs. Dye

Non contact marking uses multiple types of spray media. These fall into two main categories, pigmented ink and dye. Each of these type of spray media have benefits, but each also have issues that should be thought through when selecting a marking system. Selecting the proper type of media for your application is critical to the proper operation and…

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Marking System Overview

Non contact marking serves an important role in modern industrial systems. It can be used as a communication tool for quality control, a way to differentiate between similar looking parts, or to perform very detailed finishing. Quality control has become an important use of marking systems. Some applications may perform defect marking on a pass-fail basis, while others may…

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