Aerospace Defense Coatings of Georgia

Part Marking

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Part Marking involves coding placed onto a part or component in a certain manner to aid in identifying or verifying authenticity.

Part Marking Capabilities

Type of Process
Part Marking
Aids in part identification and tracking.
Process Approvals
For part marking we adhere to:
  • MIL-STD-130: Identification Marking of US Military Property
  • MIL-M-18012 (replaced by SAE-AS18012): Markings for Aircrew Station Displays Design and Configuration Of
  • BAC 5307: Part Marking
  • DPS 3.02-17: Identification of Parts and Assemblies
  • GAMPS 1105: Part Marking
  • GSS4710: Part Marking
  • PS 16011: Part Marking
MIL-STD-130MIL-STD-130 (PDF - 405KB)
MIL-M-18012MIL-M-18012 (PDF - 325KB)
Base Materials Worked
We are able to work with all possible base materials.
Additional Operations
We offer several additional operations that may be required for your product: Cleaning, Magnetic Particle Inspection (NDT), Penetrant Inspection (NDT), Hardness & Conductivity Testing (NDT), Dry Film/Solid Film Lubricants and Primer & Topcoat Painting.
Please let us know if you require any of these additional services.
Quality Control
All processes are subject to our rigorous Quality Assurance process. All work is reviewed and inspected to be in compliance with the specification (Process Approval requested).
Industries Served
We are committed to providing the aerospace and defense industries with the highest quality metal finishing, testing, and painting available.
Environmental Responsibility
As a corporate citizen, we are committed to responsibly protecting our environment. We have a state-of-the-art $2 Million Waste Prevention System in place. All hazardous waste materials are 100% recycled and rendered harmless.

We know that this is important to you, and so we maintain an open door policy concerning environmental inspections of our facility.
With over 50 years in the metal finishing industry, we have the expertise you can depend on.
Minimum Order
We can provide part marking for prototype to high volume runs.
Drawing Submissions
We accept both e-mailed (DWG, DXF, PDF, all image files) and faxed drawings.
Special Instructions
Please Attach Drawing to Request Information Form.