TherMark's patented laser bonding process has been listed as an approved Direct Part Marking (DPM) process for use in military, aerospace, and automotive applications. If any of the below standards apply to your business, TherMark laser marking materials offer a unique solution for bringing your part marking into compliance. They also demonstrate the proven nature of laser bonding for creating permanent marks on highly demanding applications.
MIL-STD-130M (Military) - This standard provides the item marking criteria for development of specific marking requirements and methods for identification of items of military property produced, stocked, stored, and issued by or for the US Department of Defense. It has been mandated that the majority of the items are registered with a Unique Identification (UID) number. The standard defines data format for both free text and machine-readable information (MRI) in the form of 2D matrixes.
NASA-STD-6002A (Aerospace) - This standard establishes uniform requirements for applying Data Matrix identification symbols to parts used on NASA programs/projects using Direct Part Marking (DPM) methods and techniques.
NASA-HDBK-6003A – This handbook was developed to provide NASA and its contractors with instructions to safely apply Data Matrix identification symbols to aerospace parts using these new DPM methods and techniques.
AAIG B-17: 2-D Direct Parts Marketing Guideline (Automotive) - The Automotive Industry Action Group’s purpose is to provide an open forum where members cooperate in developing and promoting solutions that enhance the prosperity of the automotive industry. AIAG's focus is to continuously improve business processes and practices involving trading partners throughout the supply chain. The B-17 2D standard provides information for the marking & reading of Data Matrix &/or QR Code symbols marked directly on parts using laser, dot peen & inkjet technologies.
Rolls Royce JES 131 (Aerospace/Automotive) - This engineering specification defines and controls identification marking methods and requirements for item identification. It also prevents the use of unsuitable markings, whilst allowing the maximum choice of marking methods and set up parameters. The specification also covers identification marking using machine-readable 1D and 2D code symbols.
Boeing D210-13613-2 (Aerospace) - This specification provides direction for Unique Identification (UID) compliant part marking on aerospace hardware. It lists a number of DPM processes that can be used, including Laser Bonding.
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