Casting Solutions from Automator America

Casting Solutions to be Showcased at Cast Expo

Automator America will be showcasing their Casting Identification Solutions at the Cast Expo. Solutions include dot peen and laser marking systems for post casting identification requirements such as alpha/numeric characters and 2D bar codes for complete traceability. Also on display will be their impact presses equipped with specialized tooling package to mark variable data for pattern identification.

MB21, casting solution, Automator America
Casting Solutions from Automator America.

An Impact press, model MB21 with 3500 / 35 kg/KN impact force is equipped with a specialized tooling package consisting of steel type in a chase and a planishing block to strike the impression into 5-mil foil material with adhesive. The material is feed through the marking station with optional accessories to shear or rewind the material. are options. The programmable controls allow advancing the material, with options to upgrade with capabilities to adjust for spacing between legends that minimize waste of material, and the number of impressions to be made without operator interface.

The foil material comes with rugged adhesive for durability during the casting process. It is more pliable than other pattern identification materials, and can achieve an .030 embossed impression for a more pronounced cast in identification code.

About Automator America
Automator America has been providing industrial identification solutions since 1940 with a strong history of successful installations for direct-part marking needs. The product line includes traditional impact marking, roll stamping and hot marking systems with advanced technologies of dot peen, scribe and laser marking. Visit to learn more. To discuss your marking requirements contact Automator America at 740-983-0157 or email

Automator was founded in 1940 by Maurizio Barcilon, and since then, for over 65 years, has always been dedicated with passion and professionalism to the industrial marking. The idea of the founder was that everyone, sooner or later, should have understood the importance of marking and so will become customers of Automator!