Matthews CX16F economical small character inkjet printer is ideal for simple one or two line coding onto various packaging surfaces such as wax coated cartons, plastics and metals. Simple and reliable coding of date, time or lot info.
High resolution printing of variable data onto rigid or semi-rigid materials such as plastics, cardboard or coated metals is accomplished with ease with Matthews Coditherm thermal transfer printer. High quality barcodes and variable text eliminate the need for stock labels.
Brand on demand with the new Viacode high resolution inkjet printer by Matthews. Print crisp, precise barcodes, multiple lines of text, and large graphics directly on your corrugated cartons. Print what you want, when you want, with Viacode.
The IP7000 high-resolution printer from Matthews represents the latest industrial
ink-jet technology available, while providing exceptional print resolution
and versatility along with unparalleled levels of readability.
The I-Mark SX 7/16 from Matthews is available in two configurations: SX7 model for single-line printing, and the SX16 model for a two-line solution. Low ink consumption provides a secondary cost savings benefit over and above the low priced system.
The new e-SolarMark fiber laser marking system from Matthews provides on-the-fly or stationary permanent, high quality small character marking of metalized materials, such as packaging foils and metals. With no consumables and an average life of 100,000 working hours, this new air-cooled laser marking system requires less space - and consumes less energy than typical YAG lasers.
The DOD 8400e is Matthews' new small and large character ink-jet printer, perfect for in-line marking of one to five lines, at speeds up to 780 fpm. Designed to achieve more uniform, higher-quality marks at faster speeds, the 8400e is certain to be the most reliable system to date. Watch this video from Pack Expo Las Vegas to see it in action.
The Coditherm from Matthews is a digital printer developed for automatic, direct thermal transfer marking of objects made of rigid or semi-rigid material, or with uneven, porous surfaces. To date, in most applications, it has not been possible to print directly on such products with electronic thermal transfer print heads.
Watch how the marking and coding process gets easier with a full-color, 10.4" color touchscreen in this video from the Matthews booth at Pack Expo Las Vegas. Enjoy the ease of an icon-based, graphical interface with the security of automated and internally managed print settings and diagnostic utilities.
Read this FAQ (frequently-asked-questions) from Matthews to determine whether this technology, which can be used to print static and variable coding information directly on products and packages, is right for your application.