Whether you are seeking to identify a component or part, put a warning label or sign in place to alert for potential risk, or mark the location for which an item will be stored or located in inventory, marking has never been so needed.
About Laurie Barcaskey
With 30+ years of experience, Laurie works with organizations across the US evaluating marking and traceability requirements to identify products, assets, warnings, locations and other industry required specifications.
Boss Buddy for Foundry Marking
Are you interested in better legibility, quicker labeling, and material savings? Discover the advantages of the Boss Buddy marking system for casting and related industries.
Marking and Traceability Solutions
While the method a component is marked is important, what you do with the mark afterwards can be equally important. We will find solutions based on your requirements and processes.
Leading marks represents companies who offer a range of traditional and advanced solutions. Whether you are seeking to identify a component or part, put a warning label or sign in place to alert for potential risk, or mark the location for which an item will be stored or located in inventory, marking has never been so needed.
June is National Safety Month. Hazards take many forms: equipment with moving parts, vehicles, electrical exposure and falls–just to name a few. While standard, preprinted caution labels can alert workers there are other ways to protect workers too. Having the correct protective equipment is a must to protect employees from risks they may not think of or see.
While our focus is on component identification, did you know that many of the lines we carry offer complementary solutions for other manufacturing processes? These lines include solutions for fume extraction, soldering stations, connectors/crimpers, and tapping tools/presses.
We believe in identifying solutions and improving processes.