Millennium Signatures Marking Systems

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Custom Part Marking Services

Stones are widely used in the part marking industry for creating engraved and etched designs on various surfaces. Different types of stones are used depending on the application, including granite, marble, sandstone, and slate. These stones are highly durable and offer excellent resistance to wear and tear, making them ideal for industrial use.


Granite is a popular choice for part marking as it is highly durable and scratch-resistant. It can be used for creating precision engravings on metal surfaces and is often used in the aerospace and defense industries.



Marble is a softer stone and is commonly used for creating decorative engravings on consumer goods such as jewelry and electronics. Its unique texture and color patterns make it a popular choice for branding and personalization.


Sandstone is another common stone used for part marking, particularly for outdoor applications. Its porous surface allows for deep engraving, making it ideal for creating long-lasting markings on signage and building materials.


Slate is a highly versatile stone that can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications. Its smooth surface allows for precise engravings, making it a popular choice for creating custom awards and plaques.

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

This is a thermoplastic commonly used in the automotive and electronics industries. It is strong, rigid, and can be easily marked using laser or engraving techniques. It is often used for marking product identification codes and safety information.


Stone marking is a versatile and durable method used in the part marking industry to label or identify different substrates and applications. These include bricks, autoclaved aerated concrete, clinker, tiles, concrete, big bags, pallet goods, bags, 2D-codes, product identification, lot, batch, and ID coding.

When it comes to bricks, stone marking is an excellent choice for identifying different types of bricks in the construction industry. The markings are durable and resistant to harsh environments, ensuring that the identification remains legible and intact for a long time. Similarly, autoclaved aerated concrete and clinker can also be easily marked using stone marking techniques.

Stone marking is also commonly used in the tile industry to label different types of tiles, providing an easy way to identify them during the installation process. Concrete components can also be marked using stone marking techniques, ensuring that the identification remains legible and intact even after years of use.

Big bags and pallet goods can also be marked using stone marking techniques, making it easy to track and identify different shipments during the logistics process. Bags can be marked with 2D-codes or other identification codes, providing a quick and easy way to identify the contents.

Product identification, lot, batch, and ID coding are all critical components of the manufacturing process, and stone marking is an ideal solution for marking these components on various substrates. The markings are durable and resistant to wear and tear, ensuring that the identification remains legible and intact throughout the production process.




Stone Advantages

Durable in harsh environments: Stone markings are highly resistant to wear and tear, making them an ideal choice for parts that will be exposed to harsh environments. Whether your parts will be exposed to extreme temperatures, chemicals, or other harsh conditions, stone markings will remain legible and intact.

Low maintenance: Our stone marking equipment is designed to be low maintenance, with automatic flush valve systems that make cleaning and maintenance a breeze. This means that you can spend less time maintaining your equipment and more time focusing on other aspects of your production line.

Quality in any size: Whether you need large graphics or small character text, our stone marking solutions provide crisp, clear marks every time. From barcodes and lot codes to variable data and more, our stone marking technology ensures that your parts are clearly marked and easy to identify.

In summary, stone marking is a highly advantageous option in the stone processing industry. With its durability, low maintenance requirements, and ability to produce high-quality marks in any size, stone marking is a reliable and effective way to mark your parts and keep your production line running smoothly.

Additional Information

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