The IDT Macsa K-1000 Series 9.3 Micron CO2 laser from ID Technology is designed specifically for the coding of plastic PET bottles, providing crisp, clear, consumer coding information with excellent contrast.
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Targeted at snack-food and candy packaging applications using oriented polypropylene film, the eSolarMark Fiber YAG laser coding system from Matthews Marking Products responds to the carbon ink on a package's film substrate to produce a brilliant, contrasting code, without causing film perforation.
ID Technology demonstrates an extensive range of laser coders in Booth # N-4021 at Pack Expo. Laser coding does not require consumables on the packaging production line and therefore the line does not need to be stopped for replenishment. Booth # N-4021
Providing simple coding such as serial numbers, time, date, and lot codes, as well as many other code formats on food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care, cosmetics and industrial products, Videojet’s 3020 entry-level 10-Watt CO2 laser coder uses scribing laser technology and large marking fields to provide excellent mark quality on paper, cardboard, plastics and various other materials.
Matthews Marking Products offers the finest laser coding systems within the marking products industry. Contact Matthews to discuss the ownership of this luxury coding system with the affordability of a table wine.