Normally during manufacturing hard stamps and/or markings will be applied perpendicular to the final rolling direction. Cutting of pieces from certified plates for projects where certified material are required is only allowed after re-stamp by a person having a re-stamp declaration of a notified body, or a notified body itself. One of the important things such people should know is that new stamps always should be applied in the same direction as the original ones, so in that case you can always identify your rolling direction.
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Why not, simple light acid etching and sulfur prints should do the job
You cann't identify the rolling direction in offcut plates or cut pieces..
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