Marks Pryor is the first choice within
the tobacco industry for the supply of cigarette printing
dies for the new generation high speed GD121 dies (pictured
above) and Hauni Protos 2 machines, as well as older
more established machine brands within the industry
Roll marking is suitable for high output
continuous processes by powered machines. Rolling an
inscription into a component lessens the marking load
because only a fraction of the inscription is in contact
at any one time.
Both flat and rotary embossing / debossing
dies can be provided for the marking of materials such
as steel, brass, aluminium, plastic, paper and card.
An essential part of any such die is the material has
the ability to flow throughout the die evenly, without
causing the material to shear or tear. Marks Pryor expertise
means the ability to provide semi shear dies, that provide
sharper and more defined edges to the material being
marked, dispersing the material thinly without tearing.
Normal Hall Marking:
Produces a raised description with a sunken field when applied to a work piece.
Incisive Hall Marking:
Produces a “V” groove impression in the material marked, but requires less pressure to apply the mark, thereby facilitating the marking of fragile or thin material that is not suitable for normal hallmarking
Type used in the food, tobacco, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries for date coding and batch numbering. Packaging type can also be used for foil blocking and marking on film, card, plastic, paper and metal packaging.