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Inkjet Printer

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Thermal Inkjet Printers (TIJ) are becoming the code printer of choice for many manufacturers. Offering an exceptional combination of performance and value, thermal inkjet printers, easily put coding and marking equipment within the reach of manufacturers of all sizes.

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Unlike other generalist coding technologies, Thermal Transfer Overprinting has been engineered to work specifically on flexible substrates including flexible packaging materials and labels. TTO is a digital printing technology that overcomes many of the deficiencies of analog printing solutions like hot stamp/hot foil and roller coders.

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Continuous inkjet (CIJ) printers are used in industry to provide accurate and consistent product marking and coding. They provide a cost effective way of printing accurate and consistent variable data including expiry dates, barcodes and batch codes on production lines and for complying with increasingly strict industry legislation or providing traceability.

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Laser marking is a non-contact printing method that marks or engraves high-quality 1D and 2D bar barcodes, multiple lines of text, batch numbers, lot codes, logos, and more on products to provide product information, identification, and traceability data.

Laser markers offer advantages over other many other coding technologies including an excellent mark quality, permanence, and fewer consumables.

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