Newest continuous ink-jet printer from Videojet is an ultra high-speed unit that is more than 40% faster than its predecessor models. This means users can either put more copy on their packages or have higher throughput. Precision ink-drop system ensures print quality.
Videojet's 1550 and 1560 continuous ink-jet printers, based on the company's 1000 series, offer 12,000 hours of continuous uptime before scheduled preventative maintenance. Features include good print quality, a simple user interface, and code assurance technology.
Track and trace is crucial today and is becoming a legal requirement in many industries -- especially pharmaceuticals. This Videojet video provides an overview of track and trace issues and describes the company’s state-of-the-art IMprints solution.
Videojet has developed the 3000 series of laser printers to deliver consistent, superior quality permanent marking. This video from Videojet highlights the common features of the 3000 series products and covers the capabilities of most interest to plant personnel.
The Videojet 2300 Series delivers reliable, accurate, and high quality real time alphanumeric printing of codes, bar codes, and graphics at 180 dpi resolution. Voiceover narration and on-screen graphics of this video summarize the printer capabilities.
The all new 1000 line of continuous ink jet printers from Videojet offers print speeds from 533 to 960 fpm and up to five lines of print from one system. Learn more about the key features and advantages of the 1000 line through this video from Videojet.
IMprints track-and-trace serialization includes printing and vision systems to develop a parent-child relationship between primary and secondary packaging, as explained in this video by Jim Kerper, Videojet's brand protection solutions account manager.
At Unilever's Bifi operation in Ansbach, Germany, lidding material is unwound into the Multivac system that evacuates and backflushes sausage packs before sealing the lidstock to the thermoformed bottom web. A bank of Videojet ink-jet coders are responsible for date-coding.
Midwest Poultry operates 30 Focus S10 laser systems from Videojet Technologies that improve the crucial carton coding part of its operations at three of its plants. The carton ends are laser etched with a two-line, 1/4""-high code at a rate up to 40 cartons/min; vacuum tubing removes the residue. Midwest Poultry codes onto expanded polystyrene or molded pulp (shown) cartons.
Each agrichemical bottle at Micro Flo receives a pressure-sensitive label from one of two side-by-side label applicators from Videojet Technologies. When a roll of labels runs out on one machine, the other applicator is employed so that no production time is lost.