Printing, Coding & Marking

Comprehensive selection of package and product coders, Ink Jet Printers including continuous ink jet (small character), high resolution and thermal ink jet,  UV Flexo printers, thermal transfer printers and Print & Apply labeling systems. Single and Multi-head printing systems.

Printing refers to taking a blank substrate and printing all of the required information such as on a blister package or a shipping label as examples.

Coding and Marking describes the method to print variable information and data on different surfaces.  All kinds of products have to be marked and coded at time of packaging with information such as lot number, best before date, bar codes or other required data for product tracking and sales purposes.

Our web site is organized so you can preview the systems available to help you with your coding and marking needs.  Griffin-Rutgers engineers would be happy to hear exactly what you need to accomplish and then help tailor a solution to fit your specific needs.


Printing, Coding and Marking News

Three Roller Indexing

What Is a “Three Roller Indexing Labeling System”?

Re-Pack three roller indexing labeling systems are those designed to “orient a cylindrically shaped item and apply a wrap-around label.” In this labeling process, the label application is accurately aligned to a specific spot on the individual product item. This unique labeling process can be accomplished with a fully automated, in-line system or as an […]

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Industrial Labeling Systems: Printer and Applicator for Tight Spaces

Not every production line has enough available space to fit in all of the necessary equipment like a labeling system. But there are labelers available on today’s market that are designed to fit into those tight spaces. A good example of a label system suitable for smaller spaces is the corner wrap print and apply (label printer and applicator) system which can be found among the labelers now on the market.

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Designing a Display Label: 4 Elements to Consider

When it comes to a display label, there are some very specific elements that you must consider when creating a design that stands out on the shelf and garners the attention you are seeking from your target customer. Here are some important elements that you will want to consider in your design.

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4 Types of Vendor Evaluation for Labeling Equipment that will Help Improve Efficiency

Making the decision to purchase new labeling equipment that will help you meet enhanced efficiency goals cannot be achieved quickly or lightly; there is a lot to consider when it comes to finding the optimum solution. That’s why it pays to establish a set of vendor evaluation criteria, such as those listed below, to measure against when weighing labeling equipment suppliers.

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Labeling Pharma Vials Of Different Sizes

This video is a demonstration of the small item labeling capability of the Robo Wrap System. This compact, table top designed labeling system is able to hold small cylindrical vials in close control so that accurate label placement is achieved consistently. Numerous options are available to customize this system for installation in pharmaceutical manufacturing environments […]

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Understanding Food Labeling

Pick up any food item in the supermarket and you’ll find coding on the package designed to help the consumer, store owner and packager alike. You may notice a sell-by, best-if-used-by, use-by and pack dates but how do they get there and what do they really mean? First, let’s examine some of the different codes and what […]

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Date Marking on Cardboard Boxes: Best Practices

When it comes to date marking, industries like food, beverage, pharmaceuticals and OEM manufacturing must ensure this critical information is printed in way that’s readable and can withstand all types of environments – even those known to be harsh on printed information. For its durability and versatility, cardboard is often the material of choice that’s utilized across a wide range of industries to package a wide range of products. Cardboard also takes well to date marking, but for added assurance it’s wise to heed some best practices related thereto.

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