Military Spec Engravings
Many manufacturers don’t have the technology or know-how to satisfy military specifications. Sophisticated technologies, like Electric Discharge Machining (EDM), Computer Numerical Control Machining (CNC) and embossing can make it possible to meet those very demanding military specifications – again and again.
Sine-tific Solutions has the resources and industry experience to provide Military Specification Identification Products for specialized applications. Our familiarity with Military standards for unique identification (UID) products will ensure that your order will pass inspection. We generally work with Mil-Spec 130, Mil-DTL-15024F, and Mil-P-19834, but can accommodate a number of other Military Specification engravings identification requirements as well.
Mil-STD 130M (Mil-Spec 130)
A standard mandated by the Department of Defense to be compliant with military Unique Identifier (UID) requirements. This specification directs all assets and personalized property must be marked with a serialized identification number that is unique and machine-readable.
Marking method for Military identification that requires characters to be either sunken or relief etched into a metal or plastic plate. The etched or sunken areas should then be filled with a colored paint, enamel, or lacquer with approved colors for the application.
Military specification plates made of metal foil and backed with adhesive. Mil-P-19834 products are used for both internal and external equipment identification and instruction plates.
Military Specification Applications
At Sine-tific Solutions, we have produced a wide range of items for defense contractors serving the United States Military, including:
- Metal Photo IDs
- Information Plates
- Instruction Plates
- Identification Tags
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Sine-tific Solutions can help you meet strict military standards. For more information, contact Sine-tific Solutions today.
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