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Continuous Inkjet Coder offers remote monitoring via smartphone.

Continuous Inkjet Coder offers remote monitoring via smartphone.

Able to run for up to 9,000 hours between services, Linx 7900 contains FullFlush® automatic printhead cleaning system, mistake-proof refills with SureFill® system, and error-free code changes with QuickSwitch® software. Using Linx Insight software on remote computer connected to Internet, operators can start, pause, or stop coder; change messages from pre-stored selections; and download...

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Continuous Ink Jet Coder stores up to 1,000 messages.

Continuous Ink Jet Coder stores up to 1,000 messages.

Weighing less than 30 lb, LINX CJ400 can be moved between production lines. Unit includes color touchscreen with on-screen help; 62 micron printhead nozzle to minimize ink usage; and SureFill® fluid replenishment, which enables refills while printing. Unit prints 1-2 lines of text with 3-line carton coding and Ethernet option. Four line settings can be saved for up to 4 production lines. On...

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Laser Coder incorporates Ethernet capability.

Laser Coder incorporates Ethernet capability.

Designed for small-character coding applications in packaged goods and industrial products, iCONNET comes with integrated touchscreen interface, photocell, nose cone protection, and mounting bracket. MarcaLite software enables printing of logos and graphics as well as alphanumeric characters. Requiring no consumables, laser leaves no mess and presents no solvent emissions. Optional remote control...

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Inkjet Printer delivers character heights from 1-18 mm.

Inkjet Printer delivers character heights from 1-18 mm.

Suited for short and long run coding of bottles, cans, cartons, cases, pallets, and parts, model 500 CODAIRE HR COMPACT II utilizes disposable ink cartridge and includes conveyor mounting hardware and photocell product detector. It offers resolution up to 171 dpi, speeds up to 130 fpm, and can print horizontally or top down and imprint lot numbers, expiration dates, pricing, bar codes, graphics,...

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Tabletop Printer/Debosser handles range of flat materials.

Tabletop Printer/Debosser handles range of flat materials.

Printing, coding, and debossing systems of 975 Series accommodate range of flat products - blister cards, tyvek pouches, sleeves, labels, envelopes, cartons, discs - with dimensions from 1.5-14 x 1-13 x 0.075-0.187 in. Designed for short- and long-run imprinting, products are available with debossing, hot roller coding, flexographic plate printing, or ink jet coding capabilities. They can print...

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Variable-Imprint System adds flexibility to label production.

Variable-Imprint System adds flexibility to label production.

Utilizing UV ink to deliver print resolution up to 316 x 526 dpi, Jetrion on-press inkjet system suits large or small-volume print runs that require variable-imprinting, such as 1D and 2D bar codes, text, sequential numbers, and expiration dates. It operates at up to 250 fpm and provides over 9.5 in. of potential print width. Unit is compatible with wide range of Weber film and paper label...

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Case Coding Systems target food processors/packagers.

Case Coding Systems target food processors/packagers.

Utilizing HP thermal inkjet cartridges, CaseJet(TM) MVP comes in 3 models. Basic MVP prints up to 4 in. of 2 in. high text, graphics, and barcodes using 1 or 2 printheads. It includes 15 in. touchscreen, serial port, and print job database. Mid-range MVP Plus features rugged printhead enclosure, multi-SKU database, and waste-reducing ink management system, while MVP Pro, housed in stainless steel...

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Fiber Laser Coders utilize air-cooled optical fiber.

Suited for direct parts marking and unique identification coding on variety of metal, plastic, and other hard-to-mark materials, Videojet® 7210 and 7310 pulsed fiber laser coders deliver coding speeds up to 350 and 700 cps, respectively. Units use special air-cooled optical fiber as laser medium, provide compact mechanical design with small marking head and straight-out or 90° beam options, and...

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Inkjet System is designed for small character marking.

With self-cleaning printhead, I-Mark(TM) C84e Continuous Ink-Jet marking system prints up to 4 lines of text from .05-.61 in. high at maximum production line speed of 1,050 fpm. It may be used to print expiration dates, batch codes, logos and bar codes on porous/non-porous materials. Unit has solvent pump and improved start-up/shut-down programs, flush routine that removes ink and flushes solvent...

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Carton Coder offers 1-min changeovers with no tools.

Carton Coder offers 1-min changeovers with no tools.

Available with thermal transfer or hot foil printing technology, off-line Model ACF-400 handles cartons, sleeves, blister packs, and leaflets from 0.1-6 mm thick. Stainless steel unit operates in either intermittent or continuous motion mode and can be switched via setting on touchpad. Operating at speeds up to 262 fpm, servo-driven ACT-400 handles cartons from 2 x 2.75 in. to 15.75 x 15.75 in....

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Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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