Automator was founded in 1940 by Maurizio Barcilon, and since then, for over 65 years, has always been dedicated with passion and professionalism to the industrial marking. The idea of the founder was that everyone, sooner or later, should have understood the importance of marking and so will become customers of Automator!
This is because not only mark is often a legal requirement but, perhaps even more often, it is a valuable gesture to identify, qualify, track, and promote a product. That focus has lead AUTOMATOR to become the largest marking only in the world.
In 1979 the leadership passed to his son, Jaime Barcilon, who confirms the company's mission: design, production and sale machines and systems for marking, engraving, stamping, identify, codify, trace and decorate any kind of product of any kind of surface.
Marking becomes a strategic marketing action that enhances the product and / or shares the image and the name of the company: think about product's decorations or marking - permanently - the company logo on the your products.
Using the marking as a tool to increase the perceived value of the product, it becomes the basic quality and versatility of the marking.
Here are the milestones
|1940||The year of the foundation, we start with impact marking, the oldest technology, and rolling, both non-computerized|
|1960||We introduced hot machines, presses, bith not computerized|
|1982||A turning point, with introduction of a microdot systems as the first Automator computer technology|
|1985||A very important year with the launch of the first laser marking systems, computerized of course: we begin to introduce the source Yag, and then, in a short span of time, offer any laser technology: YVO4, UV, Intra, CO2, Green . All sources are available in different powers|
|2014||A revolutionary year: Automator invents a new laser technology, aWaveTM, with self-adjusting frequency of marking.
A true and great innovation: it is a new concept of the laser, very handsome but also very cheap, thanks to substantial economies of scale permitted by most extended use, being able to mark with performance from 1W up to 40W