It is not the most glamorous part of manufacturing, but it is necessary in many cases. Part marking is the process where manufacturers tag individual parts with information, so if needed, you can easily identify them. In doing so, you can trace the parts back to them for recall or other purposes.
When you live in a world like ours—one where people expect the goods made on one continent to end up on another by the end of the day—it becomes more and more necessary to track every product as it passes down the supply chain pipeline.
Producing high-quality products is always the goal of any business. To achieve that high-quality goal, many different elements of the production line need to be perfected. One element of the production line that you should work to perfect is the coding and marking of the product. For a look at what things to consider for handheld part marking, continue reading the material provided below. Hopefully, it can help you solidify your marking and coding processes in your production line so you can produce high-quality products for your business.