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Salt bag application video

See video of multiwall paper bags of salt being ink-jet coded on a continuous production line at 50 feet per minute (fpm).
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Matthews marks both sides of 50 & 80 lb paper and plastic salt bags. Durable drop-on-demand (DOD) print heads withstand fine salt mist continually present in the air. The salt bags are being marked while moving on a continuous production line at 50 feet per minute (fpm). Matthews manufactures inks for DOD printers that provide excellent adherence to both porous (paper) and non-porous (plastic) applications.

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