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Packaging World January 21, 2014
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Video: Reduce costs and eliminate labels with Matthews’ Viacode Video: Reduce Costs and Eliminate Labels with Matthews’ Viacode
Brand on demand with the new Viacode high resolution inkjet printer by Matthews. Print crisp, precise barcodes, multiple lines of text, and large graphics directly on your corrugated cartons. Print what you want, when you want, with Viacode.
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Visit Matthews in booth 5515 at West Pack!
Visit Matthews in Booth 5515 on February 11-13, 2014 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA to see our latest offerings in marking and coding.
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Complete and affordable thermal ink jet printing with Matthews' ViaPack Complete and Affordable Thermal Ink Jet Printing with Matthews' ViaPack
Viapack is an affordable thermal inkjet printing system for industrial marking applications. This highly featured system includes: the Viacode software in a 7” color touch screen print control module, a thermal inkjet printhead, power supply, photocell, ethernet cable, and our Viacode Creator desktop message editor.
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Video: High quality variable marking technology to eliminate stock labels Video:  High quality variable marking technology to eliminate stock labels
High resolution printing of variable data onto rigid or semi-rigid materials, such as plastics, cardboard, or coated metals, is accomplished with ease with Matthews' Coditherm thermal transfer printer. High quality barcodes and variable text eliminate the need for stock labels.
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Laser marking for PET plastic
Matthews' e-SolarMark Light laser marking system is ideal for marking alphanumerical text, date and time codes, serial numbers, barcodes, 2D codes and graphics on PET plastic. The e-SolarMark Light is designed for quick installation and simple operation.
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In appreciation of plastic closures
No slight directed against metal closures, but the variety and versatility of plastic closures present much for consideration.
Automated packaging solution upgrades e-commerce efficiencies
Pet care products marketer/shipper reduces labor, packaging materials, and delivery costs, while increasing output speeds.
The future of medicine: 3D printing medical devices at home is just the beginning
3D printing is already being used to produce medical devices. In the not-too-distant future, the technology may be used to manufacture and package functional human organs.
Winery selects label with alternative barrier coating
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates will transition to a pressure-sensitive paper label with a mineralized coating for its white wine that provides a high barrier for wet conditions.
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Polypropylene coffee pods show great promise
Printpack's material scientists are hard at work developing a polypropylene blend that can be used for thermoformed coffee pods. The polystyrene materials currently in widespread use don't have the best moisture barrier and are generally not as green as PP.
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