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Videojet Technologies Inc: Track-and-trace coding

The Videojet® 1510 small-character ink-jet printer maximizes uptime, provides consistent codes, and uses microchip-enabled Smart Cartridges for accuracy.
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The Videojet® 1510 small-character continuous ink-jet printer from Videojet Technologies Inc. is the first in a new line of printers that permit maximum uptime. The Videojet 1510 is easy to operate through its intuitive user interface and a simplified fluid replacement system using microchip-enabled fluid bottles, Smart Cartridges™, that virtually eliminate fluid replacement mistakes. A unique printhead automatically sets up and adjusts to environment changes, resulting in consistently sharp print quality in even the most challenging environments.

Track-and-trace solution

It can also be used with Videojet's IMprints™ Track & Trace Solution that generates unique codes printed on product packaging by the company's data marking and coding equipment. Brand protection options include using serialized alphanumeric coding or 2D data-matrix codes. The solution is said to have no cost-per-code charges or upfront license fees.
At a press event held May 6th to unveil the technology, Videojet personnel indicated that customer applications using this track-and-trace technology had been implemented and others were forthcoming. A marketer of high-end shampoo and related salon products, Bumble and Bumble, is an early adopter of the IMprints technology. For more on Bumble and Bumble's application, see Brand owners warming to authentication solutions.

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