Inkjet Printers

Glossy Packaging Material Can Now Be Coded With Domino Printing’s Latest Thermal Ink Jet Printer

Domino Printing Sciences launched new ink for use in its range of G-Series thermal ink-jet printers (TIJ) printers. The BK118 ink extends TIJ printing capabilities to effectively code onto challenging materials, such as plastics, films, foils, and coated cartons.

Employed in a variety of industries ranging from food to pharmaceutical, thermal ink-jet printing is suited for primary packaging and outer case applications. Now, due the resistive qualities of the ethanol-based BK118, even glossy packaging materials can be coded, according to Domino.

Videojet Introduces Next Gen Ink Jet Printers

Videojet Technologies has announced two next generation printers to its 1000 Line – the 1550 and 1650 ink jet printers. Designed with new features to promote productivity and profitability, the 1550 and 1650  printers provide metrics to measure availability as well as the tools to measure and improve uptime and Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE).

Linx Displaying Coding Inkjet Printer at PACK EXPO

The Linx 7900 continuous inkjet printer features a web interface for remote monitoring and control.

Coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies has unveiled the latest evolution in continuous ink jet printers.

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