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Paragon Labeling Systems and SATO bring ultimate productivity to any print apply solution
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Paragon Labeling Systems and SATO bring ultimate productivity to any print apply solution

The PLS-500 solution from Paragon Labeling Systems is modularly designed for maximum expandability. Combine with a SATO Lt408 or S84 thermal print engine for a complete print / apply solution - perfect for mission critical installations.
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Smart marking & coding solution from Loveshaw features SATO print engine
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Smart marking & coding solution from Loveshaw features SATO print engine

Loveshaw's LX-800 tamp labeling application boasts Smart Sensor to assess and accommodate a wide variety of box sizes. The integrated, reliable SATO S84 print engine ensures crisp, clear thermal labels. With more than 50 years in the business, Loveshaw has unique capabilities for users with unusual box tamping needs.
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Comparing coding technologies

Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) and Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) are the two predominant ink-jet technologies used in primary package industrial coding applications.
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Matthews: Thermal inkjet printer

The new Viacode L-Series thermal inkjet printer from Matthews Marking Systems uses the same cartridge technology found in desktop printers, and provides high native print resolution (600 x 600 dpi) at speeds up to 200 ft./min. -- nearly twice the speed of previous thermal inkjet systems, according to the company.
A preprinted pharmaceutical carton showing the GS1-128 bar code (on right, with 20 digits) required by China’s PIATS program is printed by RSI printheads using HP’s TIJ (thermal ink-jet) 2.5 cartridge technology. HP’s TIJ 2.5 can print at resolutions up to 600 dpi. RSI optimizes bar-code resolution and print-cartridge life using patent-pending Variable DPI and nozzle-flipping features. Hailong incorporated RSI’s HP-based printers into its track-and-trace system for PIATS.
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Printing technology helps Chinese firm meet that country’s product identification requirements

Hailong Machinery Group uses thermal ink-jet technology to print high-density, high-resolution bar codes and text on primary and secondary packaging.
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Matthews Marking Systems: Thermal inkjet printer

The HP-2600 high resolution, thermal inkjet printer from Matthews Marking Systems, using HP cartridge technology, features a simple, intuitive, and powerful touch screen controller, and produces high-resolution print--up to 600 dpi--on a number of different materials.
See what's brewing as Diagraph + Norwood = ITW Coding & Marking
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See what's brewing as Diagraph + Norwood = ITW Coding & Marking

Watch Diagraph and Norwood team up to serve all your coding and marking needs.
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Domino: Thermal ink jet printer for high quality VDP

Domino Printing Sciences expanded its L-Series range of thermal ink jet (TIJ) printers with the launch of the L100i.
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SATO America, Inc: Direct thermal printer with 2 thermal print heads

Sato’s GY412 direct thermal printer simultaneously prints on both sides of specially designed labels for improved productivity, cost efficiencies, and environmental benefits.
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Linx Printing Technologies: Thermal inkjet cartridge printer

Linx Printing Technologies’ IJ200 Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) cartridge printer includes CodeDesign, an intuitive PC-based program for creating codes, as well as additional operator languages including Spanish, Portuguese and French.  

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