Create the Marking Image on your Personal Computer
The easy to use Marking Builder software interface simplifies setup and maximizes the performance of the MD-H Series
Image editing requires the setting of various parameters including character height, width, spacing, thickness, position, direction, angle, etc. Marking Builder simplifies this process by displaying the final mark on the screen. Editing the mark can be quickly performed using your computer's mouse. Since the editing can be done on the final image, there is no need to waste product samples while optimizing the marking appearance.
In Marking Builder, each line of characters or graphics is referred to as a data block. Layouts are easily constructed and editing made simple using the wide range of layout functions.
Move and copy blocks without losing layout information
Build layouts with the work area overlaid over the actual workpiece.
Grid lines (plotting sheet) can be displayed for accurate positioning.
Check workpiece positioning easily and accurately.
Position blocks using a selected block as a reference.
Most conventional markers cannot accept CAD data because of a difference in DXF file version or format. With the MD-H Series, data conversion is no longer necessary. Graphics stored as CAD data can now be captured directly using Marking Builder and printed with the MD-H Series.
The MD-H Series can accept TWAIN data directly from a scanner. If you have an original logo mark or design, it can be marked with the laser marker immediately.
This function enables the marking of identical characters and serial numbers on a batch of workpieces (e.g. electronic components) arranged in a palette-like configuration. The MD-H Series can also compensate for tilted or misaligned work pieces. Marking orientation can be adjusted or disabled depending on your settings. The MD-H Series can easily handle your palette-marking needs.
Image data stored on a PC such as BMPs can now be directly printed from the laser printer. With the MD-H Series any image captured using a digital camera can now be easily and quickly brought into the product design process.