The electrolytic marking is suitable for all materials that are good conductors of electricity. Mainly it is used for marking on stainless steel, steel, aluminum and hard metals.

The marking process is done by the passage of an electric charge at low voltage and low intensity from one electrode to the work piece to be marked. On the surface is set an engraved template, made conductive by a special electrolyte liquid. The electrochemical action causes the work piece surface to be marked with the drawing reproduced on the matrix.

The result is a high contrast mark, similar to the laser marking process; although it is entirely manual.


The essential kit



Good looking marking with contrast