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Sprinter Marking Model 44

 Ink Code-Marking Machine

  • Wide range of porous and non-porous surfaces

  • Very small

  • High-speed imprinting on a continuous basis

  • Low cost

Tech Info
Model 44


Unit weight                            8 oz.


Required air pressure          20psi


Max speed (CPM)                350

Lines of rubber type             1


Ink reservoir dimensions      1/2" x 1/2"


Maximum marking area        1/2" x 1/2"


Ink supply                             1/4 oz. bottle

Dimensional Envelope
(Machine only marking head extended)


Height: 8 3/8"                Width: 3/4"               Depth: 2 3/8"

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Unit comes with the following operating supplies:
  • 3pkg. Ink Supply Bottles


  • 25 Pre-filled Ink Bottles (specify color)


  • Parts list and basic operation guide

  • 10pkg. Hi-Density Dots (dot marking head only)

  • 50pkg. Ink Media Pads


  • 3pkg. Rubber Type Holder

  • 3pkg. Rubber Cushion​​​

Available Options:
  • 1/8" Dot Marking Head


  • 3/16" Dot Marking Head


  • 1/4" Dot Marking Head


  • 3/8" Dot Marking Head


  • Inverted Ink Reservoir


  • Four-way Valve


  • Flow Controls


  • Relative Positioning Bracket

  • Micro-Adjusting Bracket

Sprinter Marking has a code marking machine capable of very small “confirmation” marks with a model 44 Sprinter ink code-marking machine.

A rubber die with a ribbed rubber back has been made that transfers a tiny mark of approximately 1 mm (.040”) square. Attached is a drawing of the Model 44 with the rubber die locked into the ribbed rubber base holder secured to the marking head. In the drawing the marking head has been shown on a close-up basis as well the rubber die is further drawn in the exploded rendering.

With the 7.5 ml (.25 ounce) ink supply bottle the Model 44 Sprinter could run hundreds of thousands of marks. Customers could choose from a large stock of standard colors to contrast with the surface to be marked.

These tiny marks can be useful by manufacturers who wish to place confirmation marks on components after evaluations but have limited space to make this mark. Examples of manufactures might be a printed circuit board producer or an electronics component supplier.

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