Bar code printing

Scanning system reduces changeovers from 26-plus minutes to 70 seconds
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Scanning system reduces changeovers from 26-plus minutes to 70 seconds

Watch this demonstration by Sick, Inc., maker of sensors, bar code scanners and related equipment, to see how its RapCo closed-loop system automates manual changeovers from one size box or carton to another, reducing changeover time from 26 minutes or more to 70 seconds.
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High-speed, high-resolution printer is UDI ready
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High-speed, high-resolution printer is UDI ready

The InteliJet HD printer from Bell-Mark offers high-speed, high resolution printing (600 dpi) on the fly. It is designed to produce A-B quality bar codes on flexible packaging and is also suitable for the upcoming UDI mandate for medical devices.
Integrated vision sensors with lighting and touch panel interface
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Integrated vision sensors with lighting and touch panel interface

Banner Engineering demonstrates how its iVu Integrated Vision Sensors for bar code, date-code presence/absence and other applications can be made more effective by integrating lighting, vision sensing and a user-friendly touch-panel interface.
Eliminate preprinted corrugated cases
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Eliminate preprinted corrugated cases

FoxJet's flagship line, the Trident-powered ProSeries of industrial inkjet printers, prints bar codes, date and lot codes, and other variable information directly on the side of corrugated cases, eliminating the need for preprinted cases.
Machine Product Brief
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Ossid’s 1500 Series Weigh-Price Labelers Are Fast, Accurate, and Versatile

Ossid’s 1500 series of weigh-price labelers is designed to improve productivity with accurate and flexible label placement in high-speed continuous motion – up to 120 units per minute. The machines are ideal for weighing, pricing, and labeling both flat and contoured packages from 12 to 20 inches in length.
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Datalogic: Barcode reader

The Matrix 300™ is a ultra-compact image based bar code reader designed for performance on high speed and Direct Part Marking (DPM) applications.
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Machine Product Brief
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Logopak: Bar code labeler with ISO verification

Logopak’s ISO Verifier bar code labeler with integrated on-line ISO verification automatically verifies bar code legibility, for every label printed, to ISO standards, instead of taking samples from a run.
Print-and-apply  labeling systems throughout Crunch Pak’s plant produce labels like these, which play a key role in the firm’s ability to comply with the Produce Traceability Initiative.
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Healthy snacks, compliant packaging

Crunch Pak perfects GTIN coding and high-speed labeling of its sliced apple products using a networked printing solution that has also brought about some cost savings.
Reiner handheld inkjet line. Portable inkjet printing, wherever... whenever
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Reiner handheld inkjet line. Portable inkjet printing, wherever... whenever

Get a visual tour from Jeff Mear of AMI of the latest Reiner inkjet printers. These range from the smallest 6-inch handheld inkjet model for paper and cardboard surfaces to larger models for marking date, lot codes, bar codes and larger characters on primary and secondary packages, from paper to metal, and on substrates from matte to slick or glossy.
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Alternatives to spiral stretch wrapping

Insights from the updated 2013 End-of-line Packaging Equipment Playbook...

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