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T&DPI Magazine - Interpack 2014 | Videojet showcases raft of products

Interpack 2014 | Videojet showcases raft of products


Coding and marking firm Videojet Technologies showcased its advancements in design and engineering printing concepts at Interpack
Attendees saw how print & apply labeling (LPA) innovations, which are intelligently designed to remove manual adjustments and 80% of wear parts – eliminate the common causes of daily operational problems and downtime.

Videojet also presented its advanced range of CO2 laser marking systems, engineered to extend marking speeds.

Also showcased was Videojet’s solution that combines the high resolution and simplicity of Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) Technology with Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) industrial ink performance.

Unveiled at the show was an intuitively-simple Code Detection System which verifies the presence of ink jet printed codes, providing an advantage over manual sampling by increasing the sheer number of products that can be inspected.

Videojet says it’s 9550 LPA system (pictured) removes the mechanisms that frequently cause everyday operational problems, such as label jams and routine manual adjustments.
It places the label onto the pack without the need for a tamp or air blast applicator, achieving throughput of up to 150 packs per minute for typical 4” x 6” GS1 bar code labels.
Videojet also introduced a new Code Detection System which allows manufacturers to easily inspect ink jet printed codes on packaging.

A combination of hardware and software, the system verifies each captured code against a trained image in the target marking area is sufficient, helping to catch the most common printing issues including missing, miss-positioned, and clipped codes.
Also introduced at the show was Videojet’s thermal ink jet printer, the Videojet 8610.

Utilizing fast-drying inks including Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)-based fluids, the 8610 provides high resolution print on non-porous packaging materials including films, foils, plastics, and coated stocks – ideal for the needs of food packaging, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics operations for high resolution coding on non-porous packaging.


 

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