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Videojet Technologies, Inc.
With marking window up to 498 mm in length, 50 W Videojet 7510 is engineered for high-speed beverage, pharmaceutical, and extrusion manufacturers that need to code data such as expiry information, lot numbers, and batch numbers. Choice of working distances, varying from 122–543 mm, allows users to work within physical constraints of packaging line. For production lines with space limitations, air-cooled system offers choice of straight or 90° marking head. Read More
Optimizing capability of CO2 and fiber laser marking systems, CLARiTY™ Laser Controller offers line set-up wizard to aid maintenance and production staff during both initial line set-up and product changeovers. On-board diagnostics tool presents instant fault information in logical way with drill-down option to enable identification of most frequent causes of printer faults. With on-board Code Assurance, controller helps ensure correct code is placed on right product time after time. Read More
By placing label onto pack without need for tamp or air blast applicator, Videojet® 9550 Direct Apply System achieves throughput up to 150 packs/min for typical 4 x 6 in. GS1 barcode labels. Direct drive system with Intelligent Motion Technology feeds and places labels accurately even at high line speeds without use of manual adjustments, clutches, or nip rollers. All design elements of machine are automatically controlled with precision for zero unscheduled downtime on production lines. Read More
Combining hardware and software, Videojet Code Detection System provides Code Assurance by automatically checking for printed code on every product. System uses presence/absence detection to verify that amount of contrast in marking area is sufficient, helping to catch common printing issues, including missing, mis-positioned, and clipped codes. Users can set threshold for code to be considered unacceptable, and set limit for number of bad codes that can be detected before fault is indicated. Read More
Capable of marking simple and complex codes, 30 Watt Videojet 3330 and 10 Watt Videojet 3130 are suitable for wide array of substrates, including PET bottling, plastic labels, and laminated cartons. When speed is priority, manufacturers can utilize dot font mode to mark up to 30% faster than vector fonts, enabling print speeds up to 150,000 products per hour. Air cooled laser source plus optimized power settings minimize heat and extend life expectancy of laser source up to 45,000 hr. Read More
Utilizing fast-drying inks including MEK-based fluids, Videojet 8610 prints on non-porous substrates such as films, foils, plastics, and coated stocks. System comprises controller with user interface, industrial printhead featuring Cartridge Readiness System™, and disposable ink jet cartridge. There are no wear parts to replace and no calibration or tuning required. With onboard Code Assurance, printer controller simplifies job selection and data entry, helping to ensure code accuracy. Read More
By helping manufacturers remove inefficiencies and risk of operator error, including data entry and job selection, CLARiSUITE™ WebServer Edition helps drive sustainable improvements in Overall Equipment Effectiveness. Software can be left running unattended and controlled remotely via web browser. Manufacturers can observe status of printer, download specific job, and control multiple printers in multiple locations. In event of problem, manufacturers can respond rapidly to minimize downtime. Read More
Able to be left running unattended and controlled remotely via Web browser, CLARiSUITE™ WebServer Edition drives sustainable improvements in Overall Equipment Effectiveness by addressing manufacturers' needs regarding coding and marking flexibility as well as quality and availability. Functionality assists in removing inefficiencies and risk of operator error, including data entry/job selection, while aiding with monitoring and controlling specific job/line/printer from multiple locations. Read More
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