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Model 301-A Roll Marking Press

Model 301-A Roll Marking Press, Price Quote Only

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Model 301-A Roll Marking Press, Price Quote Only


The Model 301A uses an air cylinder for power. It is better suited for high production applications. Once the round part is placed in the adjustable holding fixture, the operator simply actuates the air valve and the cylinder extends the marking device part.

The marking device (one of our Numbering Heads, Type Holders, or Marking Dies) is pulled across the part. The part rotates in the fixture as the code is stamped around the part, all in one motion.At the end of the stroke, the cylinder stops. Remove the part, place another part in the fixture, reverse the air valve and the marking device is actuated in the opposite direction. An optional two-hand trip is available, instead of our standard valve.

An adjustment knob on the sliding head dovetail provides positive depth adjustment. A special rectangular shank is required to adapt the marking device to the sliding head. When setting up, place a part in the fixture, move the sliding head over the part. Turn the adjustment knob until the marking device touches the part. Move the sliding head to one side and turn the adjustment knob 1/4 of a turn. Mark a part and check for stamping depth. Move the adjustment knob in or out for proper stamping depth.

Brass gibs on the dovetail and sliding head can be adjusted for wear and also to tilt the marking device to correct for any part taper.


Other devices that are compatible* with the Model 301:

  • Model 23P Type Holder (with multiple lines, if required)**
  • Model 70P Non-Automatic Numbering Head
  • Model 50P Automatic Numbering Head
  • Special Dies

Generally with a Model 23P Type Holder and our standard adjustable holding fixture, you can mark parts from 3/8” to 1-5/8” diameter. We offer oversize endplates for more clearance, by requesting the Oversize Roll Marking Machine. The first oversize endplates will give an additional 2-1/8” of clearance, the second over size an additional 4-1/4” of clearance.

*Compatibility is based on character size, number of lines and type of material.
**It is best to obtain sample stampings for multiple line applications.


  • Adjustable Holding Fixture
  • 1st and 2nd Oversize Endplates
  • Custom Fixtures*

*Hitt Marking Devicesl has designed custom fixtures to stamp the edges of coins and medallions without marring the surfaces. We also have fixtures with interchangeable arbors for stamping hollow parts or rings. For parts with varying part diameters or stepped parts, our standard adjustable holding fixture rollers can be modified to hold the part securely when markin

Product Specs

NOTE: Air cylinder draws the sliding head with marking device attached.

Bench Space (WxLxH)


10-1/2" x 26" x 18-1/2"



92 lbs.


Platform Area


7-1/2" x 11"

Maximum Clearance (between vertical slide head and platform)



1st Oversize Maximum Clearance



2nd Oversize Maximum Clearance



Vertical Head Adjustment



Lateral Sliding Head Movement



Any questions call 714-979-1405 or email us at Sales@HittMarking.com
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