The new Viacode L-Series thermal inkjet printer from Matthews Marking Systems uses the same cartridge technology found in desktop printers, and provides high native print resolution (600 x 600 dpi) at speeds up to 200 ft./min. -- nearly twice the speed of previous thermal inkjet systems, according to the company.
See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #1714! Able to apply vertical and horizontal labels at speeds up to 60/min., NJM Packaging’s new Model 402 Final Touch Print & Apply Labeler improves upon its predecessor, the Model 400: it offers simpler operation with fewer moving parts; reduces maintenance and eases installation; increases versatility; and provides a smaller footprint.
See it at PACK EXPO Las Vegas Booth #S-6077! Iconotech’s Optimizer KR-Universal integrated feeding and printing system for shipping cases and kraft bags is designed for medium- to high-volume runs of rsc cases, die cuts, and multi-wall kraft bags.
Up to 40% faster than the Videojet Excel UHS, Videojet’s 1620 Ultra High Speed and 1650 Ultra High Speed continuous ink jet printers incorporate the Videojet Precision Ink Drop system and patented CleanFlo technology to deliver more code content for high speed packaging operations.
Weber Packaging Solutions’ new Epson ColorWorks GP-C831 inkjet printer is an industrial-strength, high-speed label printer suitable for GHS (Globally Harmonized System) large-format drum and chemical labels, and provides label print speeds up to 16.5 pages/min. to print on pressure-sensitive labels up to 8-in. x 22-in.
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.
Delivering a compact code with sharp definition on both case coding and primary product marking, FoxJet’s VX12 print head prints up to 1⁄2-in. high, including two lines of stacked print, and print speeds up to 650 ft./min.