Latest New Product News from Sherwood Technology Limited
Optical Variable Device offers brand protection.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Aug 09, 2005 DigiVU OVD is applied to metallic substrates and is activated by laser source to form hologram-type image, enabling manufacturers to communicate brand identity and keep it secure from counterfeiters. Chemistry can also be added to Masterbatch in polymer coating over metal, guaranteeing absolute image permanence and resistance to abrasion. Once substrate is treated with DigiVU, image does not have to be activated until end of production process for extra security.
Laser Marking System is designed for edible products.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Apr 27, 2005 DataLase Edible system utilizes dry powder or water-based additives that are applied to surface of food product via spray or tumble coating. Coating undergoes safe color-change process when exposed to low power CO2 laser light, creating high contrast, stable image that is produced from 100% edible components while preserving integrity of material being marked. System is suited for laser marking products such as fresh produce, confectionery, and pharmaceutical tablets.
Color Change Solution ensures document security.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Apr 21, 2005 DigiVUâ„˘ MICROREAD uses chemistry; variable, tunable laser source; and individual control system to form series of unique overt/semi-covert/covert features within document. Images, reproduced in microscopic scale, can be verified with machine by decoding encrypted data or magnifying and making visual comparison to reference. By embedding active chemistry within laminate, covert, unactivated patch can undergo subsequent marking to provide forensic verification.
Labeling System incorporates laser-responsive coating.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Jan 21, 2005 DataLase(TM) eliminates need for variable-data print-and-apply labels by incorporating virtual label into packaging materials such as cartons, cases, and overwraps. Non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink, coating, or additive produces positive image when marked by low power CO2 laser. Image is stable and has high contrast. DataLase(TM) is incorporated into or coated onto substrate during its manufacture, and is compatible with majority of printing and coating processes.
Virtual Labels help eliminate production downtime.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Dec 07, 2004 DataLase non-toxic ink, coating, or substrate additive produces positive image when marked by low power CO2 laser. It undergoes chemical color change and creates stable, high-contrast image. DataLase allows images such as barcodes, 2D codes, logos, and graphics to be imaged by CO2 laser directly onto any surface, eliminating need to use adhesive labels on packaging. Virtual label becomes integral part of packaging and will not peel off.
Laser Marking System protects against counterfeits.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Nov 12, 2004 Combining chemistry and substrate conversion, DataLaseâ„˘ provides color change technique that endows products with unique mark for security purposes. Color change mechanism, triggered by low-power CO2 laser light energy, allows items to be tagged permanently and discreetly. Solution forms mark through films and is permanently embedded in laminates. DataLase Clearâ„˘ transfers images onto transparent media via laser without interfering with translucency of underlying substrate.
Additive allows laser marking of transparent products.Sherwood Technology Limited Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 8FW
Oct 15, 2004 When dissolved into solvent-based coatings, DataLase Clear enables images to be transferred into transparent media via laser without interfering with translucency of substrate. Additive is non-hazardous, and low power laser output prevents burning of substrate. DataLase Clear is compatible with wide range of binder systems and ketonic, aromatic, and ester solvents. Additive is suitable for laser coding of transparent films and plastics on packaging.
Other Company News From Sherwood Technology Limited
Jan 31, 2006
DataLase® PACKMARK(TM) Outstrips Competitive Coding & Marking Technologies
Jan 16, 2006
Sherwood Technology Changes Its Name to Datalase - Marking a New Phase in the Company's Development
Oct 07, 2005
Catchpoint Trials Sherwood's DataLase® for Imaging on Self-Adhesive Backless Labels
Sep 30, 2005
Sherwood Technology makes Commitment to US Market Following the Initial Success of DataLase®
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