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Table 4-2. Box Marking Data
TM 9-1375-213-34&P
(b) Roll brayer back and forth on
(f)
Plunger-type safety can (for sol-
ink plate to distribute ink on
vent).
(g) Disposable gloves.
brayer.
(c) Roll inked brayer lightly
across face of rubber type to
NOTE
apply light film of ink to type.
(d)
Place  item  in  position  to
For specific markings, see tables 4-1
receive marking, then roll care-
and 4-2. For location of markings
fully across face of rubber type
to apply ink marking.
Paint in the appropriate color may
be substituted for ink , if necessary.
(2) Stencil method.
Apply small dab of ink to ink
Clean all marking equipment as
(a)
plate.
often as necessary and at the end of
each shift or termination of the job,
Rub brush in ink to apply ink
whichever comes first.
(b)
to bristles.
Re-marking is not required on plas-
Position stencil over location
tic or waxed-paper surfaces; how-
(c)
on demolition item to receive
ever, inner pack must be marked
marking. Secure with mark-
with the information usually found
ing tape if necessary
on item.  If items have no inner
packs, the information must be sten-
While holding stencil firmly
ciled on cardboard and included in
(d)
against item, rub bristles of
repacked box.
brush over stencil to apply
inked marking to demolition
item.
d. Re-marking Methods.
Remove stencil.
(e)
(1) Rubber-type method.
(3) Check markings. Make sure they
are correct, neat, and legible.
(a)
Apply a small dab of ink to ink
plate.
(4) Allow ink to dry before extensively
handling or repacking item
4-5

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