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MIL STD 130 Construct 1 IUID Labels

A Construct 1 layout includes the CAGE code and the serial number in either one or two Data Matrices. Essentially, items are serialized at the enterprise level.

Following are labels in a variety of materials and layouts that meet Military Standard 130 Construct 1 requirements. There are many other layout options. Although most of these have a black background with white text, you may choose any Pantone® color for your label or nameplate text and background. Contact us if you have questions or would like guidance.

Click a photo to see a larger version of the label plus details about how the data is laid out on the label.

Black, anodized aluminum nameplate made with a 2D machine readable code on each end. The left hand code contains the manufacturer (MFR) and serial number (SER). The right hand code contains the part number (PNR).
Laser bonded stainless steel nameplate. Laser bonding uses a ceramic based coating which bonds to a metal substrate when lased. The resulting laser bonded black text and 2D code machine readable code are the bonded material. The yellow color is the residual immediately after laser bonding; it will be cleaned off before the nameplate is shipped.
MIL-STD-130 Tesa® Tape label. Tesa® Tape or Tesa® Secure™ is a tamper resistant material which will shred into small pieces if removal is attempted. UV resistant, tamper-evident, with a high strength adhesive, this label is generally considered permanent. After lasing the Data Matrix 2D code and text on this label, the tag was cut from the sheet stock using a laser.
Military standard 130 construct 1 barcode on a plastic material which fits around a hose or tube.
Military standard 130 construct 1 2D code on a black anodized aluminum foil which complies with the Boeing BACN spec. The first 2D code contains the Enterprise Identifier and serial number while the second 2D code contains the part number.
MIL-STD-130 Construct 1 nameplate produced on black anodized aluminum foil which complies with the Boeing BACN specification The first code contains the Enterprise Identifier and serial number. The second contains the part number. This nameplate is formatted to Boeing nameplate standards with the Serialized 2D code on the left and the Part Number 2D code on the right.
These are 0.69 inch diameter AlumaMark labels which are supplied 50 to a sheet. The 2D code machine readable code can be made either as a square or rectangle (as in the picture). The rectangular version is typically used on circular labels for better readability. Click on the thumbnail for a full sized picture which shows the data content of the Data Matrix.
A full page of the AlumaMark® labels described above.
These three labels each contain 1D (linear) code, 2D (Data Matrix) code, and Text Element Identifiers (TEI’s). Each 2D code contains both data elements.
This nameplate and the next nameplate are for the same part. This Construct 1 IUID label employs a separate nameplate for the current part number.
This nameplate and the previous nameplate are for the same part. The 2D code in this Construct 1 nameplate contains the MFR and Serial Number.
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Construct 1 nameplate with the MFR and SER in the Data Matrix.
Laser engraved Shaw cover with data formatted per military standard 130 construct 1.
Laser engraved Pall filter main lube label with data formatted per military standard 130 construct 1.
Laser engraved Boeing radar enclosure label with data formatted per military standard 130 construct 1.
Laser engraved Boeing maintenance panel assembly label with data formatted per military standard 130 construct 1.
A second laser engraved Boeing maintenance panel assembly label, this one with different data and a different layout, still formatted per military standard 130 construct 1.
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