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January 30, 2014
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The BDSV family of carton coders is available with either thermal-transfer or hot-foil printing technology and features a vacuum-transport system to maximize equipment flexibility by handling a range of cartons, sleeves, blisters, blister-packs and leaflets at high production speeds. The BDSV coders transport product from the hopper through the printhead with a vacuum drive. This transport system is said to enable the coders to handle complex shapes, odd sizes and thinner material while achieving excellent registration, the co. says. The high-speed BDSV operates at speeds up to 295 ft/min, handling up to 160 cartons/min and can print batch and production codes, expiration and sell-by dates, logos, bar codes and other graphics, depending on the capabilities of the printhead that is integrated.
Norwood Marking Systems,
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