Kiwi Coders (Wheeling, IL) offers a free video of the new Odyssey digital direct-to-press case printing system. Video shows the creation of digitized printing film using a PC computer program and companion desktop film imaging unit to output of KD printed cases.
Kiwi Coders' (Wheeling, IL) Model 2712 manual-feed bag printer produces ingredient state-ments, company logo and other variable information. The Model 2712 prints bags from 6" to 27" in width and from 16" to 46" in height.
The Odyssey(TM) Digital Printer from Kiwi Coders (Wheeling, IL) employs Windows(TM) 95 software and fonts to create bar codes and graphics. After proofing on paper, a digitized membrane is made and positioned on the print drum, rather than making plates or using type.
Kiwi's (Wheeling, IL) Series 450 and 460 case coders are designed to mark on top, side, bottom or two adjacent panels of a case. Marking wheels, secured by a locking knob, can be changed without tools simply by twisting the knob.
Suitable for pharmaceutical coding, Model 1020 D steel-type deboss carton printer from Kiwi Coders (Northbrook, IL) debosses text on cartons or cards ranging in size up to 17"W and 20"L at variable speeds to 80 cartons/min.
Designed to facilitate just-in-time ordering without the need for preprinted inventory, the Series 1020 carton printer from Kiwi Coders (Wheeling, IL) prints scannable bar codes and other variable product information on cases, cartons, blister cards and corrugated sheets at speeds to 80 cartons/ min.
Kiwi Coders (Wheeling, IL) will demonstrate its Flat Corrugated Case Printer. Using a two-roller flexographic inking system, it prints bar codes and other variable information at speeds to 50 cases/min.
These are a few of the many packaging-related sites on the World Wide Web. Not only do many suppliers have web sites now, but so do many trade shows, universities and associations, a few of which are listed below.