Pannier invented the printed metal tag in the 1980s, bringing bar code technology to industrial manufacturers. For the first time, steel and auto makers could use bar code “labels” to track their products through extreme production processes and extended outdoor exposure. Pannier metal tags survive temperatures up to 1800°F, acid cleaning processes, immersion in oils or fluids, and harsh weather.
Laser tag printers mark text, graphics, bar codes, Data Matrix codes, and QR codes on coated or bare metal tags. Fast, galvo-driven lasers produce excellent-quality printing in just seconds to keep up with high-volume production needs.
High Volume Metal Tag Printers
Integrate a Pannier coil-fed tag marking system into your production process and print your own tags as you need them.
Metal Nameplate Engraving Systems
Programmable laser engraving systems make it easy to make high-quality, permanent marks on your nameplates. These systems offer differing levels of automation and flexibility for multiple plate sizes.