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Colordyne: Color label printing for barcode carton labeling

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.
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The Color-Code Me package includes the CDT 1600-C Continuous Format Digital Color Printer for fanfold labels, CDT Label Designer Pro, CDT printing software, and 1-year warranty.

For businesses looking to utilize existing print and apply systems, CDT’s new ChromaCode Labels are compatible with both Memjet ink, used on the CDT system, and industry-standard thermal transfer ribbons. This enables businesses to migrate to color without replacing existing printing systems.

Customers will pre-qualify their ink and printhead needs by utilizing the Color-Code Me website, found through CDT’s homepage. Color-Code Me is only offered in the United States at this time.

 

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