IUID Labels and Nameplates
Military Standard 130, MIL-STD-130, “Identification Marking of U.S Military Property” is commonly used for specifying how to mark items sold to the Department of Defense. It includes the 2005 addition of Item Unique Identifier Data (IUID) matrix-readable information. The standard describes the rules and syntax, allowable materials, text size, fonts, and format, as well as where to locate the marking, and its exceptions.
We offer three data layout options for IUID military standard 130 label and nameplate compliance.
Construct 1 includes the CAGE code and the serial number. Essentially, items are serialized at the enterprise level.
Construct 2 includes the CAGE Code, serial number, and part number. Serialization is at the part number level.
Materials: IUID labels and nameplates are available in a wide variety of materials including AlumaMark, anodized aluminum, stainless steel, Metalphoto, TESA tape, and thermal print labels. Choose any Pantone® color for your label or nameplate text and background.
2D (Data Matrix) machine readable code: a black and white, two-dimensional barcode with cells (also known as modules) arranged in a square or rectangular pattern. The encoded data can be text or numeric. A 2D coded matrix symbol can store up to 2,335 alphanumeric characters.
Experience: engraving Data Matrix-type 2D code nameplates since 1994, Jet City Laser is one of the most experienced IUID label and nameplate manufacturing companies in the industry. Jet City Laser is proud to be a Boeing approved supplier with full ISO 9001 certification and an ATA preferred supplier.
Archive: all label data is archived for future reference and retrieval. Our process streamlines reordering and enables us to easily provide documentation for past orders.
Registration: IUID registration products are available to register data to the IUID Central Registry.