This catalog features all the different models of Columbia numbering heads including practical applications for each one. Also featured are several user friendly pages containing character size and pressure charts, as well as how to order information to help you select the right numbering head for your application.
|Manual Hand Held Numbering Head: CMT's Model 30H manual hand held numbering head is great for repetitive sequences.|
|Manual Press Style: The Model 30P manual press style's character sequence is coveniently changed by a spanner wrench.|
|Automatic Press Style: The automatic press style features a patented pawl system that allows easy setting and positive alignment.|
|Slide-A-Mark Numbering Heads: Columbia offers two different styles of straight numbering heads for Slide-A-Marks|
|Custom Press Style: CMT designs marking devices to combine serial numbering and special code combinations in one operation.|
|Hot Stamp Manual: Columbia's model 130H manual hot stamp numbering heads are engineered for durability and quality marking in industrial conditions.|
|Hot Stamp Automatic: Columbia's model 123H automatic hot stamp numbering heads are engineered for durability and quality marking in industrial conditions.|
|Roll Marking Manual: Columbia's model 58C convex roll marking numbering heads are manufactured for manual indexing.|
|Roll Marking Automatic: The model 158C convex roll marking numbering heads are manufactured for automatic indexing.|
|Random Numbering Heads: Designed for special applications, CMT's remote numbering heads mark electronically generated alphanumeric random sequences.|
|Embossing Numbering Heads: Embossing numbering heads raise the characters above the sheet metal surface.|
Auto Actuator: Columbia's automatic actuator advances numbering heads to the next consecutive number after every cycle of the marking machine.
|Roll Carriage: The combination roll carriage and automatic actuator advances roll style numbering heads to the next consecutive number after every cycle of the marking machine.|
|Prefix/Suffix: CMT numbering heads offer the option of adding some additional stamp characters at the beggining or end of the numbering head wheels.|
|Custom Wheels: Our numbering head wheels are engineered to meet application specifications, and may be furnished with any figures, letters or code designs as required.|
Info for Ordering: CMT offers a range of different numbering head models. This page will show you how to order the correct model for your marking application.
|Marking Methods: A visual depiction of the various types of marking on tubes, flat and round parts.|
|Pressure Chart: A detailed chart showing the relationship between character size and depth of mark, taking into account the type of material being marked as well.|
|Character Size: Actual size examples of character sizes, including height, width and spacing of characters, engraved on steel roll, stamping and embossing dies.|
|Standard Marking Length: A chart to give you an idea of your standard marking length for the height of character selected.|
|Legend Layout Chart: Fill out and submit the user friendly form so CMT can quote your numbering head based on the marking legend required.|