Laser Marking(18 companies)
Machines that emit laser beams to produce codes text, and/or graphics in a controlled pattern directly onto a container. Making plans to buy new coding, labeling or printing machines? Explore articles to help you buy the right one.
cab Technology, Inc.
cab Technology’s marking lasers are designed for a wide range of applications. Laser marking allows stationary marking on metal or plastic parts for applications in industries including medtech, such as machine-readable codes on medical or surgical instruments that follow the guidelines for Unique Device Identification. Featured marking systems in cab’s product line is the XENO 4 marking laser, for marking plastics, metals and painted surfaces. These diode-pumped and air-cooled systems feature high beam quality and high pulse peak powers, with laser sources at 20, 30 and 50 Watt. In addition to operating at high speeds, this laser system features a compact scan head and can shift marking planes quickly.
Complete Inspection Systems
HD SmartCode allows manufacturers to embed codes onto labels or products for brand protection, positive identification, track and trace, as well as product diversion. HD NanoMarkers provides manufacturers the ability to embed unique NanoMarkers on their labels or products that can be authenticated by an app on a smartphone.
Diagraph Marking & Coding provides identification solutions including high-speed inkjet coders, all-electric automated labelers and laser coders. Featured products include the Impulse Jet Series, engineered to achieve sharp, high-resolution prints and improved barcode scanability on secondary packaging and cases. Diagraph’s IJ4000 High-Resolution Impulse Jet series accommodates ink throw distances of ¼ in. for machine readable barcodes and ½ in. throw distances for alphanumerics. Company works with customers in every aspect of their coding and labeling operations to provide a holistic approach that maximizes efficiencies and drives tangible value throughout a long-term partnership.
Domino North America
Domino North America’s range of coding and marking machines is designed to satisfy the compliance, traceability and productivity requirements of global manufacturers by applying variable and authentication data, bar codes, promotional and unique traceability codes onto their products and packaging. Coding equipment ranges from the G20i thermal inkjet, a compact, all in one single-sided case coder for data and text coding on outer case secondary packaging that is easy to set up and use to the Gx350i, designed for fast paced production and track-and-trace applications that is easy to integrate for clean, clear codes. In addition to thermal inkjet systems, Domino’s product line also includes a wide range of other marking and coding equipment: continuous inkjet printers, CO2 laser printers, fiber laser printers, thermal transfer overprinting, large character printers and many others.
In addition to its line of container inspection and detection equipment, Filtec offers the LASETEC4 high-speed laser coding system, designed for marking and coding of labels, plastics, and glass at up to 2,000 containers per minute. Designed for quality, accuracy, flexibility, and durability, system features visible beam for focus adjustment and customer preview, continuous code verification, and compact and flexible line footprint.
FoxJet, An ITW Company
FoxJet produces industrial inkjet printers used for high-quality case coding and marking applications in frozen and prepared food, produce, canned food, soft drinks, personal care items and other packaging applications. Foxjet’s extensive line includes high-resolution inkjet, small character printers, thermal inkjet and large character printers. Featured products include the ProSeries of industrial inkjet printers, with a high-resolution printing quality and built for reliability. The ProSeries offers various printing capabilities including up to 4-in. print area of text, graphics and barcodes.
FP Developments, Inc.
FP Developments offers engineering, design, manufacturing, and service, specialized in automation solutions for the medical and pharmaceutical industries, including coding systems. FP will engineer coding and traceability systems, vial coding, plastic bottle coding, laser coding and related systems. FP Developments also designs customized coding systems.
Hitachi Industrial Equipment & Solutions America
Hitachi Industrial Equipment and Solutions America deliver marking, coding, gluing, and labeling solutions including, industrial inkjet printers, industrial laser printers, case coding printers, tape sealers, hot-melt equipment or high-speed labelers to enhance brand image with creatively designed and manufactured pressure sensitive labels. Hitachi products are used to optimize different packaging applications across marketplaces in the Americas.
Markem-Imaje is a manufacturer of an extensive line of product, case and pallet coding systems, including small character inkjet, thermal inkjet, thermal transfer, laser and digital printing machines. Featured in Markem-Imaje’s line of small character product coding systems is the 9029 inkjet printer, designed for coding low to medium duty applications in a cost-effective manner for more than 8,000 hours. The 1200 Series of thermal inkjet coders is engineered for rapid, efficient coding of secondary packages with high-resolution text, logos and high-density graphics on fast-moving production lines in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and other industries. Other featured machines from Markem-Imaje include the 4500 valvejet for large character case coding, capable of coding 39,000 boxes with just 1 liter of ink. In addition, the CimPak pallet coder delivers accurate, clear, crisp codes and text with 100% readable barcodes meeting GS1 (UCC-EAN) standards for superior visibility throughout the supply chain.
Matthews Marking Systems
From the most reliable drop-on-demand technologies to a variety of thermal inkjet solutions, Matthews Marking Systems has low-maintenance, high-resolution coding and marking solutions for every industry.
Omega Design Corporation
Omega Design Corp. offers bottle bottom/cap coding used in aggregation carton coding for serialization.
Omron Automation Americas
Omron Industrial Automation manufactures the MX-Z20xxH series of laser markers, designed to mark a variety of materials, including metal, plastics, resins and plastic films. The MX-Z meets industry demands and provides high quality, permanent identification with scaling capabilities to add functionality to the process like product traceability or position compensation for example. The MX-Z20xxH offers great flexibility in terms of marking, connectivity and ability to integrate easily to other systems or controls.
Pak-Tec is distributor of a wide range of brands of marking and coding equipment including Hitachi continuous inkjet printers, Foxjet large character case coders, Markoprint thermal inkjets, FlexPackPRO thermal transfer printers, and Squid laser marking systems.
A single source provider of coding and marking systems, ProMach designs, manufactures, and integrates custom identification solutions to ensure peak operational efficiency. Specializing in thermal inkjet (TIJ) printing, ProMach company Code Tech provides date coding, track and trace, serialization, and anti-counterfeiting solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical device, food, beverage, building materials, and consumer product industries. ID Technology is a ProMach company that designs, builds, and installs coding solutions such as thermal inkjet (TIJ) printers and thermal transfer overprinters (TTO).
Squid Ink Manufacturing
Squid Ink’s coding and marking systems for product identification and traceability include a complete line of hi-resolution printing systems, large character dot matrix printing systems, thermal transfer overprint coders, and a full library of inks and ribbons developed to meet the demands of real world coding and marking applications in food and beverage, medical and pharmaceutical, consumer goods and other industries. Squid Ink’s high-resolution printers and inks are designed to print the highest quality bar codes, batch numbers, date codes, logos and large or small character text, directly onto corrugated cases, plastics, metals, film, glass, wood and other substrates. Other featured products include the Streamline 5 CIJ printing system for printing quality, small characters on a variety of substrates and the SQ-10 and SQ-30 laser coding systems for high-speed food and beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and other primary coding applications that require marking onto paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, coated metal and more.
Videojet Technologies Inc.
Videojet Technologies offers an extensive line of continuous inkjet printers, thermal transfer overprinters, laser marking systems, thermal inkjet printers, and case coding equipment for a wide range of industries, from beverages and cosmetics to pharmaceuticals, bakery and confectionery. Videojet 1000 Line continuous ink jet printers are engineered for extended run times, helping to keep production lines up and running longer. Videojet Laser Marking Technology systems apply clear, high-quality codes in a wide range of production environments. Specialty coding and printing solutions for pharmaceutical and medical, beverage and other industries are also available.
WLS (formerly known as Weiler Labeling Systems)
WLS offers the VCV-Series vial coders for the coding and inspection of unlabeled cylindrical products (i.e. Brite Stocking) with simple tool-less changeovers between various product sizes. Small footprint allows it to be easily integrated into existing packaging lines. The vacuum dial design allows for precise control of the products when accurate print position is required (i.e. vial crimp overseal). The vacuum feature also allows for the accurate rejection of products whose code could not be read correctly.
Zanasi USA manufactures industrial inkjet printing systems, including continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers in small character, large character and high definition formats. Featured CIJ printers include the Z5700, designed for ergonomics and optimized productivity, which prints up to 5 lines, on flat, curved, regular and irregular surfaces. Recent applications have included coding on hot dog packages, single-serve deli sandwich packs, gabletop cartons, and ice cream tub lids.
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