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Production Line VIN Marking
Pryor is a leading supplier to the world's automotive industry and specialises in equipment for marking the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) onto car or truck chassis.
A typical application, shown with the marking unit clamped onto the underside of the wheel arch while the dot-marking head automatically marks the 19 character VIN number.
The information for marking is linked to a central computer system, ensuring full integration with the production system. During marking, the operator is free to carry out other tasks so that production rates are optimised.
VIN coding is just one application of Pryor products used in the automotive industry. Component parts used must be easily identified and traceable back to the time and place of manufacture. Pryor products are used throught to satisfy this demand.

Diesel Motor

Diesel Engine Fly-Wheel
Usually marking is performed to permanently identify a workpiece such as serial or VIN numbering, but Pryor design systems for other marking applications.
This complete system is integrated into the production line for large diesel engines to mark damped fly-wheels.
Fly-Wheels are loaded into the system, picked up and rotated to locate the top of the wheel. Three timing marks are then indented into the edge of the wheel.
These timing marks need to be accurately marked because they are eventually used to set the engine correctly.

Motorsiklet Çatalı

Motorcycle Forks
Standard Pryor products are frequently specified as the basis for customised marking equipment. This 25 tonne powered press has been modifed to accept the rear forks from a motorcycle.
Special fixturing, and an engraved fly-mark die (also manufactured by Pryor) together with the modified press provided a complete solution.


Türbin Bıçakları / Havacılık

Turbine Blades
One of the world's biggest manufacturers of aircraft engines commissioned Pryor to design and manufacture a complete marking process for integration into their turbine blade production.
Pryor designed and manufactured two fully automated marking systems. Before machining, blades are marked with a machine readable DMT code (developed by the customer) using Pryor's own dot-marking technology. The code is then automatically verified and the customer's database updated. The code is used at several stages throughout the manufacturing process to control the machining processes automatically.
Finished blades are passed through the second station which decodes the DMT code, generates and marks human readable text and finally uses optical character verification (OCV) to guarantee the mark quality.

2D coding is well suited to marking turbine blades. Key features are
Small code area allows large amount of data to be marked in a smali area.
Is decoded automatically using vision based technology.







Uçak Tekerleği

Aircraft Tyres
Aircraft tyres must be permanently identified so that airline operators (including military customers) can track a tyre through it's service life to meet with legal requirements. Service life for aircraft tyres can also include up to 8 re-treading processes to extend lifetime. Existing technology such as barcode labels and printing have proved unsuitable. Labels and printed codes are too easily damaged in use; human readable codes are subject to human transcription errors.
The solution uses a moulded barcode, known as "Bumpy Bar Code".
During manufacture the bumpy bar codes are formed in the tyre wall. The code is read using a portable hand held scanner and the reading process is achieved in zero contrast conditions.
Bumpy bar-codes can be marked directly into a range of engineering materials using Pryor Marking Systems providing all the benefits of machine readable bar codes in engineering environments.


Yedek Parça

Component Marking
Many of Pryor's automotive products are used to mark VIN numbers - usually onto complete or nearly complete vehicles.
This marking system indents the VIN number into the cowl (front part of the dashboard) before assembly of the complete vehicle.
Marking is achieved using an engraved character wheel (similar to daisy-wheel printers) pressed into the metal cowl.