Able to print high-speed, high-resolution “picture barcode labels” on cartons and boxes, the Color-Code Me program from Colordyne Technologies (CDT), an affordable alternative to industrial thermal barcode label printers, simplifies the use of color to highlight information and data in business supply chains and logistics operations.
Easy-to-use and maintain, the CL4NX series of industrial thermal barcode printers from Sato are all-in-one printers that feature: consistent print quality across a wide range of materials; tool-free print heads and platens replacement; a 3.5-in. full-color display; and built-in video tutorials with 30 user-selectable languages.
Live from MODEX 2014: See why SATO calls its new CL4NX its first 'truly universal industrial label printer." A user-friendly color LCD menus, multi-lingual support, flexibility for a wide variety of stock types and quick consumables replacement are just some of the reasons why...
Watch this demonstration by Sick, Inc., maker of sensors, bar code scanners and related equipment, to see how its RapCo closed-loop system automates manual changeovers from one size box or carton to another, reducing changeover time from 26 minutes or more to 70 seconds.
The InteliJet HD printer from Bell-Mark offers high-speed, high resolution printing (600 dpi) on the fly. It is designed to produce A-B quality bar codes on flexible packaging and is also suitable for the upcoming UDI mandate for medical devices.
Banner Engineering demonstrates how its iVu Integrated Vision Sensors for bar code, date-code presence/absence and other applications can be made more effective by integrating lighting, vision sensing and a user-friendly touch-panel interface.
FoxJet's flagship line, the Trident-powered ProSeries of industrial inkjet printers, prints bar codes, date and lot codes, and other variable information directly on the side of corrugated cases, eliminating the need for preprinted cases.
Logopak’s ISO Verifier bar code labeler with integrated on-line ISO verification automatically verifies bar code legibility, for every label printed, to ISO standards, instead of taking samples from a run.
Get a visual tour from Jeff Mear of AMI of the latest Reiner inkjet printers. These range from the smallest 6-inch handheld inkjet model for paper and cardboard surfaces to larger models for marking date, lot codes, bar codes and larger characters on primary and secondary packages, from paper to metal, and on substrates from matte to slick or glossy.