Bell-Mark Announces the EasyPrint Duo, a Thermal Transfer Printer & coder to Satisfy Intermittent & Continuous Motion Printing in a Single Unit

Pine Brook, NJ - Bell-Mark Corporation, a leading supplier of Coding, Printing & Marking equipment, announces the EasyPrint Duo, the first in the company's line of Thermal Transfer equipment to offer Intermittent & Continuous operation in a single machine.

This new printer will provide flexibility on the packaging line by offering dual motion capability, and an easy to change clutch-less ribbon cassette for improved reliability.

The EasyPrint Duo utilizes the speed and power of the company's original 32bit EasyPrints, and provides variable data printing & coding directly onto substrates such as poly, film, foil and Tyvek. Typical uses will be for the printing of: Product/Company Identification, Scannable Bar Codes, Real-Time variable data, Lot/Exp Date Coding, and Nutritional Facts. The EasyPrint Duo is an ideal solution for such industries as: Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Processed/Prepared Foods, Bakery, and Meat & Poultry.

The EasyPrint Duo can be configured with an optional touch screen interface for simple intuitive operation. Label designs can be created via Bell-Mark's VersaStyle® design software, or with the use of Bell-Mark's Windows® printer driver.

Brackets are available so that the EasyPrint Duo can easily be integrated with packaging machines such as Multivac, Cryovac, Rapid Pak, Tiromat, Dixie, and Mahaffy & Harder.

About Bell-Mark
Bell-Mark is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of innovative in-line coding and printing machinery. For over 45 years, Bell-Mark has been designing solutions for package printing applications in the meat, medical device, pharmaceutical, prepared foods, bakery, dairy and poultry packaging industries. Bell-Mark offers many in-line printing technologies including thermal transfer, flexographic, reciprocating ink coders, and inkjet, all of which satisfy requirements to print bar codes, lot/exp codes, date codes, graphics and variable data directly onto packaging substrates.

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