Millennium Signatures Marking Systems

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Power Units

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The MS-150-C General Purpose Unit is a piece of equipment that is designed to perform a variety of tasks in different industries. It is a versatile machine that can be used for cutting, drilling, grinding, and polishing, among other functions. The unit is compact and portable, making it easy to move around to different job sites. It is also designed for durability and reliability, ensuring that it can withstand the rigors of heavy use. The MS-150-C General Purpose Unit is a useful tool for professionals in various fields, including metalworking, woodworking, and construction.

The MS-311 Deep Etch Unit is a specialized piece of equipment used in the manufacturing and processing of semiconductor devices. It is designed to remove material from the surface of a semiconductor wafer to create deep, precise patterns or structures. The unit uses a process called deep reactive ion etching (DRIE) to etch through the wafer material, creating features with high aspect ratios and smooth sidewalls. The MS-311 Deep Etch Unit is a high-performance tool that can achieve high etch rates and excellent uniformity across the wafer. It is commonly used in the production of MEMS (microelectromechanical systems), sensors, and other advanced semiconductor devices.

AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.

AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.

AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.

AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.

Kits

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AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.

AC and DC output with 6-position switch.

Settings A through F regulate the marking voltage, ranging from 5 volts progressively through 8 volts, 11volts, 14 volts, 17 volts and ultimately 20 volts on the F setting.

Electrolytic Stencil Cleaning Current is available through the yellow output jack. When connected to a cleaning tray it serves as an effective method of removing a build up of oxide out of the open aperture of fabric stencils as to improve marking quality and extend stencil life. Additionally, if the Black (Monode) lead is moved to the Yellow output jack a high output side of the transformer is activated that will provide DEEP ETCH results to approx .003” depth below the surface.