We received a call from a medical facility asking us to assist them with DataMatrix on 10,000 of their instruments with the use of electrolysis.
When I asked them why, they were very clear: "it is the most inexpensive way to conclude this delicate procedure."
The set-up can be very inexpensive (And in fact it is) but the process of marking is tedious, messy and chances for things to go wrong are far higher than regular laser etching. When it's all said and done, the difference in pricing is very insignificant.
The fact is, all different techniques at one level or another have similar results. There is far more involve than just a mark on an instrument; we have to be aware of the instruments' material , its use, the stress being put on that particular instrument, the temperature that instrument is having to endure, and a vast amount of other factors.
Here at NuTrace we seek for the most effective, efficient, and inexpensive method for our customers to have these formulas done. The CEO of Nutrace believes that he will make a change in the medicine field and always researches new forms in having these technical procedures done, how to improve the quality and the pace in which they are done, never sacrificing satisfaction.
The price for marking an instrument depends of quantity, the location where it is done, and whether we use our operator or the hospital's own operator. The prices vary depending on many factors. Each project is unique for pricing (Can be free if they get our NuTrace tracking system).