High-contrast marking

By Posted by John Kalkowski in Automation on August 18, 2011

For applications that require easily readable variable data codes on dark or difficult to mark materials, the 1710 small character continuous ink jet printer uses high-contrast, pigmented inks to create bright, clean codes on surfaces for which dye-based inks are not effective, such as colored glass, rubber tubing, plastic cabling and dark paperboard. The printer can apply up to five lines of high-resolution print at speeds up to 888 feet per minute . It is capable of printing a variety of fonts in multiple languages, as well as linear bar codes, 2D DataMatrix codes, custom logos and graphics.

Videojet,  800-843-3610. www.videojet.com

 

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