AIM Global Nears Completion Of Direct Part Marking Document

Warrendale, PA – January 16, 2006AIM Global, the trade association recognized as the worldwide authority on automatic identification and mobility, today announced that its Technical Symbology Committee (TSC) is finalizing a guideline for direct part marking (DPM) quality.DPM technologies — such as laser etching, molding, peening, etc. — do not produce the contrast between the symbol and the background material to satisfy the quality methodology defined in ISO/IEC 15415 and the various two-dimensional symbology specifications.

The draft DPM guideline describes alternative illumination conditions, modifications to the measurement and grading of certain parameters and the reporting the grading results which are to be considered in conjunction with existing symbol print quality specifications.

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