Ink Code-Marking Machine can be used in tight spaces.

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Model 28 applies single line of type or molded rubber message up to 1" long. Machine typically uses quick-dry ink to apply date, product, and dot codes on various surfaces. With dimensions similar to those of Model 22, product is suited for tight, space-restricted applications.



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Sprinter's New Base Model Ink Code-Marking Machine


Sprinter Marking is introducing a new base model ink code-marking machine. The newest Sprinter model has been identified as the model 28. Sprinter ink code-marking machines are used by various industries to apply date, product and dot codes on a wide variety of surfaces. The Sprinter machines typically use quick-dry inks to apply these code-marks.

The Sprinter Model 28 becomes the ninth standard Sprinter model in a range of machine sizes. The Sprinter Model 22 is the smallest and the model 816 largest.

Model 28 was developed for applying a single line of type or molded rubber message up to 1" long. The small dimensional envelope this machine fits into is much like the tiny model 22.

Before the model 28 was developed customers had to choose the larger model 88 if a 1" long message was required. Now customers can choose a smaller machine if space constraints are tight and still apply a 1" long message.

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