Pryor's knowledge and experience of aerospace marking standards is unrivalled. Our software and hardware can be set to mark against the requirements of numerous international standards:
> US Department of Defence (DoD) UID standards
> Airline industry's (ATA, A4A) Spec 2000
> AIM-DPM (Automatic Identification and Mobility association's standard on Direct Part Marking)
> SAE International's marking standard AS9132
> Rolls-Royce JES and RRES standards
The Knowledge Centre on this website contains various guides on these specifications and how to achieve Direct Part marks that comply with them:
What is AS9132?
How to achieve Pass grades in AS9132
What is JES 131?
What is ISO/IEC TR 29158?
The specification JES131 (Joint Engineering Specification) and specification RRES90003 ( Rolls-Royce Engineering Specification) meticulously detail the requirements for marking of components.
If your client asks you to comply with these standards, Pryor is the ideal partner.
Software and hardware solutions Pryor have been specifically developed to cover all aspects of these specifications, including the quality of the brand, verification and reporting.
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