___ Marker Tube Shells & Finishes

___ Marker Tube Shells & Finishes

___ Marker Tube Shells & Finishes

Created By: accurateforstg
October 2, 2013

Accurate Forming produces Marker Pen Components from deep drawing aluminum. These deep drawn components are used in both commercial and industrial applications such as Liquid Paint Markers, Welder’s Temperature Indicators and Permanent / Temporary Ink Markers.

Common finishes available for these components include; plain (glossy or satin), electrostatically applied Epoxy Paint in many color choices and anodizing in many color choices. Four color Lithography (printing) is also available.

Common value added operations available include notching and threading.

Common Marker sizes:

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Accurate Forming’s ability to provide secondary value added operations such as piercing, notching, slotting & threading and bead rolling coupled with our finishing operations of polishing, nickel and chrome plating, electrostatically applied lacquer and powder coating all under one roof give us a distinct advantage in project management resulting in superior overall product lead-time and quality of product. Additional outside processes which we utilize through partnerships with outside vendors in our area include anodizing, heat treating, gold plating, zinc chromate and machining.

Please contact Accurate Forming at (973)827-7155 or at [email protected] or visit our website at to learn more about what Accurate Forming can do for you. Accurate Forming’s part finishing capability includes high performance powder coating, electrostatically applied lacquer, nickel and chrome plating and polishing all done underneath our roof.  Accurate Forming has other finishing operations available such as polishing, heat treating, anodizing, burnishing, four color lithography and surface detailing. Services required that are not performed in house will be managed through our outside services.


___ Marker Tube Shells & Finishes

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