Wire and cable marking

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:35 EDT
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The ULYS 990 Modena from Laselec is a laser wire and cable marking machine providing a compact design with four printing fonts as standard. It features two horizontal and two vertical orientations and 90 characters per font including upper and lower case. It allows up to 128 characters per identification mark with specific information printed at cable ends, as well as bar code 39 printing capability. The user-friendly Easyprod command software helps optimize production and generate significant time savings with several features including multiple means of data input (disk, manual, or network) and several production menus allowing sorting according to cable part number, harness type, and aircraft serial number. The Twin Shots process enables the user to choose between the Boost production mode and the Economic production mode, according to need.

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