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The package coding channel showcases ink-jet coding, laser-marking, stamping, case printers, in-line case printing, carton coders, inks and bar coding for the pharmaceutical, industrial, and food and beverage industries.
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor, May 22, 2013GS1 and Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) are collaborating to enable bar code scanning features built directly into mobile devices. Ultimately consumers will benefit through a new generation of more intuitive applications. More
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor, May 15, 2013Designed for both case coding and primary product marking, the VX12 produces a compact code with sharp definition. More
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor, April 8, 2013Maintaining a code's integrity throughout the lifecycle of a product or component is critical to achieving full product traceability. Without the right ink, the likelihood of a code meeting this goal drops significantly. More
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor, January 23, 2013QR codes on bags and cups will give consumers easy access from their mobile devices to engaging information on nutrition and the brand. More
Posted by Rick Lingle, Technical Editor, January 15, 2013TrojanOne industrialized printer powered by Memjet delivers 1600 x 1600 dpi-quality at 300 mm/sec, producing crisp color labels at a low cost per-label rate. More
Posted by Jenni Spinner, Senior Editor, November 30, 2012Improved packaging, name brands and other enhancements are spiffing up the bargain-basement stores. More
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Executive Editor, November 15, 2012Developed for produce track-and-trace, the digital inkjet system is incorporated into a bag manufacturing line to print unique codes directly on the packaging. More
Jenni Spinner, Senior Editor, October 29, 2012The PZ Pilot Pro printing system is suitable for placing high-resolution characters and images on corrugated and other porous surfaces. More
Posted by Jenni Spinner, Senior Editor, October 19, 2012Pistol & Burnes is putting its Farmer First beans into cellulose-based bags from Innovia Films. More
Posted by Lisa McTigue Pierce, Editor, October 10, 2012Dutch Gold Honey implemented a total coding solution that networks its primary and secondary printing lines to diminish coding mismatches and reduce downtime. More
Most Recent Resources
December 21, 2012
The case of the spotty slacks
. I was at Jan’s plant helping out with some OEE (overall equipment...
July 2, 2012
The case of the curvy codes
Joe was having trouble with his bean can codes and I agreed to see what I could do...
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