ELECTRO-CHEMICAL ETCHING

What is it? When is it used?

Millennium Signatures Marksman by Systems Inc. has been selling, servicing and supporting all aspects of the Electro-Chemical Etching Process as used for the purpose of putting permanent, professional looking identification on conductive metal parts since 1972.
For those who are not familiar with the process, it is a very proven process of utilizing sodium based electrolytic solutions combined with a low pulsing voltage to dissolve and extract metal from the surface through a Mask or Stencil and trap it into a special Felt Pad. The process only takes a few seconds to complete for a basic surface etch. It’s very safe and easy to use, but there are a variety of different Electrolyte Formulations that can be used across all your various conductive metals and alloys.

Millennium Signatures strives to maintain stock on all “Standard Product” at all times, which includes our various Marking Kits and Power Units, Stencil Paper Products, Electrolytes, Neutralizers, Wire Cord Sets, Carbon Hand Markers, Monopads, Stencil Imprinters and more.

To get into the Electro-Chemical Etching process properly requires an initial investment of around $2,000.00 and you can put permanent, professional looking information including Part Numbers, Logos, even Barcodes on your metal components regardless of how hard they are. Electro-Chemical Etching will mark hardened steel with just a good if not better results than can be achieved on steel in a mild state. It’s inexpensive, versatile, safe and very
quick and easy to use.

For more information on these unique methods on modern part identification, refer to the Part Marking Specialists at Millennium Signatures Marking Systems Inc. 
T: 905) 639-0909
E: info@millenniumsignatures.com

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