Pryor Marking Technology

8th October 2014

Pryor Marking Technology provides a single source of marking products, traceability software, services and support.

Founded in Sheffield in 1849, Pryor offer a complete portfolio of tools for permanent part marking ranging from a simple hand punch through to turnkey, bespoke designed systems with multi-axis, computer controlled marking heads using laser, scribe or punching solutions. Supported by a network of distributors in over 50 countries, and sites in both France and India, Pryor supply all global manufacturing industries, with specific expertise in aerospace and automotive standards. Pryor's vision technology and software solutions reduce quality escapes in manufacture by verifying and tracing marks throughout the component lifecycle. Pryor Marking Technology is also ISO 9001:2008 accredited. Please contact enquiries@pryormarking.com, or 0114 276 6044 to find out more about what we do, who we are, and what solutions we can design to fit your own specific application.

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