T.U.S. is an OEM for a complete line of Electro-Chemical Etching machinery. T.U.S. also produces all necessary supplies like stencils of different types for different applications as well as electrolytes and other marking supplies. In our marking job shop we offer marking services with electro-chemical etching.
Welcome to Yugma Impressions. Yugma Impressions, established in the year 2004, is a leading Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier Of electrochemical etching machines, and consumables like electrolyte, marking heads, photographic stencils, etc., which enable our clients to mark their products aesthetically, permanently and cost effectively. Below You Will See Some Helpful Video's for the Stencil Maker Kits: Which Video Do You Want To View? Explanation Of Dura-Film Stencils: ... 1 Sample Glass Etching Kit with Etching Cream; MARK 1000 STENCIL MAKER KIT (Makes Stencils Up To 10"x12") Regular Price $399.95 (You Save $100.00)
BEST OF ALL, the marks made with these stencils and with the Etch-O-Matic will meet all military, commercial aircraft, NASA and atomic energy specifications and can be made in seconds on most metals. See info on the Etch-O-Matic above for use of stencils on metal marking. TWO EXTRA ADDED BONUSES!Stencils The Best Stencils to Make Your Mark Photographic Stencils. Photographic stencils are made of a photosensitive material specifically developed for electromarking. They are a long-life stencil used for medium to high volume runs and/or deep etch applications.Since 1954, Marking Methods has specialized in providing quality Electro-Chemical Equipment, supplies and part marking services. Whatever your marking application or material, we can offer quick, accurate, cost effective marking solutions you can depend on job after job.
Print on Demand Disposable Stencils. Print on Demand Stencil material is slightly more robust but similar to BRSK instant stencils. Stencils are produced using PC software with a 300dpi thermal printer with a standard stencil width of 106mm or 210mm.I visited a gunsmith with a friend to pick up a barreled action. The gunsmith marked the caliber and his name on the barrel while we were there. He used a stencil as you mentioned but did the actual etching over a parts washer with the brine solution being pumped onto the area of contact. I think that he used 12v. also.