Glass Marking Materials Datasheets

Fugitive Marker -- 1420
from Aervoe Industries Incorporated

Good initial visibility, mark lasts up to 35 days depending on UV exposure [See More]

  • Substrate: Asphalt; Concrete; Glass; Wood; Other; Gravel, Grass
  • Cure / Setting Technology: Film Drying
  • Form: Aerosol; Paint
  • Coating Material: Acrylic; Resin; Solvent
Acetate Base -- 432
from BELL-MARK Corporation

Acetate base, resists solvents for marking on metal, glass, and plastics [See More]

  • Substrate: Glass; Metallic; Plastic
  • Cure / Setting Technology: Film Drying
  • Form: Cartridge; Ink; Liquid
  • Coating Material: Acetate Based
Metal Markers
from DME Company

The Nissen Metal marker utilizes a specially-formulated polyurethane paint to provide permanent marking under almost any conditions. the marks will remain bright, clear, and legible even on material that will be stored outside for long periods of time or material that will receive heavy abuse. The... [See More]

  • Substrate: Glass; Metallic; Plastic; Wood
  • Coating Material: Polyurethane; Resin
  • Form: Marker / Pen
  • Features: Heat Resistant; Abrasion, Erosion or Wear Resistant
.96L Large Character WaxJet Ink - Black -- 32018987
from Graphic Controls

Graphic Controls new line of solid inks for use in Markem ® printersare formulated with our customer needs in mind.   Whether you have smallcharacter or large character ink jet printing systems, printing text,bar codes or graphics, Graphic Controls has a solution.  . GraphicControls... [See More]

  • Substrate: Aluminum; Glass; Plastic; Wood; Other
  • Cure / Setting Technology: Film Drying
  • Form: Cartridge; Ink
  • Cure Temperature: 40 to 120
Black Laser Marking Tape -- LMM-6018
from TherMark Holdings Inc.

Laser mark a portion and peel off the rest, allows YAG, CO2, fiber lasers [See More]

  • Substrate: Aluminum; Ceramic; Glass; Metallic; Steel
  • Cure / Setting Technology: Laser Fused (Laser Marking)
  • Form: Film; Transfer Tape
  • Coverage: 17
Videojet® Fluids
from Videojet Technologies, Inc.

Videojet inks and fluids are designed, tested and manufactured together, to function together at optimum performance levels, no matter what your application or production environment. [See More]

  • Substrate: Aluminum; Ceramic; Glass; Metallic; Plastic; Wood
  • Cure / Setting Technology: Film Drying
  • Form: Ink; Liquid
  • Coating Material: Water (optional feature)