Laser Photonics announcing The BulletMaster™ for Marking Ammunition

Laser Photonics announcing The BulletMaster™ for Marking AmmunitionLaser Photonics announcing The BulletMaster™ for Marking Ammunition Laser Photonics announcing The BulletMaster™ for Marking Ammunition

Laser Photonics announcing The BulletMaster™ for Marking Ammunition

Many countries now pioneer laws to mark cartridges; tracing the marking of ammunition allows for better record-keeping of use, transport, storage, and quality control. Additionally, marking can be used to connect transfers of ammunition to unauthorized groups. It has been identified that in over 60 countries, poorly stored stockpiles have inadvertently exploded or been diverted into illicit markets. 

 The BulletMaster™ 3D Marking and Engraving System by Laser Photonics (a Fonon brand) is an industrial-grade, next-generation laser system supporting all major bullet standards and calibres. The BulletMaster provides ammunitions marking ability to incorporate unique ID codes and thereby allow traceability to the individual purchase.

The BulletMaster Advantage:

• The BulletMaster’s proprietary software is designed to specifically serialize, embed service marks or logos, or UDI/UID barcodes to a large variety of weapon ammunition, such as bullet cartridges, missiles, bomb shells, mines, etc.

• It provides an oversized enclosure, supporting both circumferential marking and flat marking applications. All Direct Parts Marking (DPM) are permanent and legible.

• The BulletMaster processes the largest range of materials in the industry with special attention to highly-reflective metal applications.

 

Main Benefits:

• Maintenance-Free Direct Parts Marking (DPM)

• Micro-engraving won’t affect any ejection or evacuation capabilities

• System allows for a very fine font with up to 14 alphanumeric symbols in a recessed area 

• Standard wall plug operation with high electrical efficiency 

 

The BulletMaster complies with the NATO Standard Agreement (STANAG) 2310, 2329, 4090, 4172, and 4383.

For more information, visit the  www.laserphotonics.com website or call 407.477.5618 x 4009

 

 

 
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