Three new additions to Domino’s range of CIJ (continuous ink jet) black inks – the 2BK026, the 2BK030, and the 2BK028 – are compatible with the company’s A-Series printers, and are particularly suitable for the food and aerospace component industries.
Using a new i-Tech (intelligent Technology) service-free ink system Domino’s A420i continuous ink jet (CIJ) coding solution delivers ultra-low makeup usage and new print head variants to increase efficiency and functionality, and reduce costs and operator intervention to provide the lowest total cost of ownership of any ink jet printer on the market, according to the company.
Domino’s N600i color digital label press combines the productivity of flexo with the flexibility of digital printing, while providing high-speed, high-quality delivery of labels: 50-75m/min. running speeds and nominal 1200dpi.
Domino’s A-Series continuous inkjet printers use i-Tech intelligent Technology for monitoring and managing performance to significantly reduce overall use of fluids—up to 90% less system ink and 50% less ink solvent than its predecessors.
Domino Amjet has introduced the A-Series AQ VOC-Exempt ink solutions, which reduce volatile organic compound air emissions for ink-jet applications. Two new systems allow customers to cost-effectively comply with Rule 1171, a regulation implemented by the Southern California Air Quality Management District that seeks to reduce VOC air emissions that thereby reduce ozone.
The Domino C-Series high-resolution case-coding validation solution from Domino Amjet combines industry-leading large-character ink-jet technology with a proven bar-code validation kit to ensure that only acceptable bar codes enter the supply chain and go into automated distribution centers.
Domino Amjet offers the DSL1 high-definition laser coder with RSS 2D code compliant capability. The FDA recently announced its intention to adapt RSS coding requirements on pharmaceutical and medical products.
The C-Series case coders from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) are aimed at cost effectively satisfying basic single-line to four-line coding. Operate at line speeds to 240’/min. A self-pressurized ink system delivers up to ½ million printed characters per liter.
Domino Amjet’s (Gurnee, IL) Domino S200 laser coder provides concise imaging on virtually any substrate. Precision optics and a miniature laser tube provide a micro-laser beam from a compact instrument.
Domino Amjet’s (Gurnee, IL) G-7000 digital case printer is for marking porous outer cases with text, graphics and bar codes up to 2.75”H. Has 500 individually controlled print channels, which is said to be an industry first.
Domino Amjet’s (Gurnee, IL) 432BL is for applications where direct or incidental contact between ink and edible product is made. It can also be applied to gelatin capsules or tablets in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical applications.
A new high-resolution option for Domino Amjet’s (Gurnee, IL) platform-based DDC 3 Digital Laser Coder is now available.The DDC 3 uses specially tuned laser tubes to accommodate difficult-to-code, industry-specific packaging materials while maintaining code quality.
Domino Amjet’s (Gurnee, IL) DDC 3 digital laser coder now comes in a model specifically for the food and beverage industries. Laser power level can be reduced so that marking on thin-walled PET does not compromise containers’ integrity.
Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) offers data matrix software that eliminates the need for an external controller or PC. Available for Domino's A200 and A300 ink-jet printers, the software enables stand-alone operation with direct translation to data matrix printout on products in pharmaceutical, electronics and automotive industries.
The Flow Wrap DDC3 digital laser coder creates indelible, crisp dot-matrix codes without burning or puncturing flexible packaging materials. From Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL), the laser coder operates without moving parts or fluids at speeds to 3ꯠ characters/sec.
Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) has expanded its A-Series line with the Domino A200 ink-jet coder. Reliable in intermittent as well as continuous-motion operations, the A200 complements the recently released A300 ink-jet printer but is intended for less severe environments.
A new 'PinPoint' range of precise ink-jet codes is now available on Domino Amjet's (Gurnee, IL) Codebox 3 and Solo 6 ink-jet printers. The new range offers character printout from 0.6 mm in height and prints at speeds to 2군 characters/second.
The DDC 2 is a new digital laser coder from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) designed as an upgrade to the Domino DDC. The unit is compact, lightweight and portable so that it can be used in more than one line.
FreeForm® high-definition ink-jet (HDIJ) printing from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) is a single-nozzle continuous ink-jet system. It deploys faster sweep rates to provide printout with a resolution of up to 10 times that of current products, says the company.
Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) has introduced six USDA-conforming inks for use in the Genesis Singleline and Twinline small-character ink-jet printers. They're acceptable for incidental contact with food products, in accordance with guidelines set forth by the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the USDA.
Freeform® HDIJ is a patented, high-definition ink-jet printing system from Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL). Priced competitively with typical ink-jet products, it uses a single nozzle to provide a printout with a resolution of up to ten times that of similar products, says the company.
Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) has acquired rights to a second generation laser code product line from Directed Energy (Irvine, CA). The Domino Digital Coder (DDC) uses a variable laser to provide a range of coding at high production speeds.