SIC MARKING | Dot Peen Technology | Handheld e1 p123

 e1 p123c Handheld Dot Peen

The new e1 p123 portable dot peen system allows its operator to create permanent and precise dot peen marks directly on any material. Its lightweight, compact build make it ideal for marking heavy or oversized components.

This machine's dot peen marking is driven by electromagnetic pulses which drive a tungsten carbide stylus into the surface material. Known for its high quality and deep marking capabilities, this machine is particularly suitable for creating 2D data matrix codes. The generous marking window (120 mm x 40 mm) allows for the marking of high, easily read characters. The e1 p123 has a robust yet well balanced and ergonomic design making it perfect for any job where maneuverability and portability are essential.


  • Mechanical Features:
    • Marking Window: 120 x 40 mm
    • Dimensions: 317 x 217 x 218 mm
    • Weight: 3.7 kg (8.1 lbs)
    • Robotic Cable: 3m
    • Stylus: Carbide
  • Electronic Technical Features:
    • SIC Marking's e1 Controller independently operates and manages this marking machine, meaning no PC is required for operation. Initial setup can be done from a PC using the e1v1 software, while the USB port allows file transfer and marking software updates

    • Dimensions: 301 x 121 x 87 mm
    • Weight: 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
    • HD Color Screen: 95 x 54 mm
    • Keyboard: Integrated
    • Power: 100W
    • Supply: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
  • Communication:
    • Port: USB and Jack
  • Software:
    • The e1 integrated controller software is used to program all parameters directly through the keyboard (autonomous operation). A Windows tool library also allows programming from a PC.

    • Marking Files: Up to 20,000
    • Memory: 100 Mb
    • Variable: Alphanumerical, Serial, Date, Barcode, and Logos
    • Marking Files: Upload/Download From a USB Key
    • Fonts: Courier, 4 x 6, OCR-Bold, OCRA, and OCR
    • Marking Type: Linear, Radial, Angular, Datamatrix, and Logo
    • Speed: Up to 2.5 Characters per Second
    • Character size: 1 mm (minimum)
    • Impact Force: 1 - 9 Levels
    • Depth: Up to 0.3 mm
    • Resolution Between Dots: 0.05 mm