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

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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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What are the Advantages of the Truflex UV Printer?

The Truflex UV printer is manufactured by Griffin-Rutgers and offers a unique solution for those looking to achieve the dual benefits of reliability and performance for their in-line blister and pouch in-line printing needs from a high-quality true UV flexo printer.

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QR Codes And Your Packaging Solutions

At the start of the decade, QR codes began to make an appearance on almost all forms of packaging. However, if you used them for your packaging solutions back then, you probably hated them.  In the beginning, the end-users had terrible experience using QR codes. They are now on the rise in many forms of […]

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Inkjet vs. Laser Printing Systems: Which One is Right for Your Business?

Two of the primary printing systems today are the inkjet and laser method. However, despite their popularity, many are still don’t know the difference between inkjet vs. laser systems and, hence, are unsure which they should choose for their application.

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Web Printers: 5 Facts You Need to Know

Web printers are a unique and specialized breed of printers that offer a surprising range and versatility in terms of what they can provide for a wide array of applications and industries. If you are not fully familiar with web printers and what they can offer your business, here are five facts detailing how these machines can be a business boon.

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Tips to Achieve Consistent, Reliable Product Coding

Coding your primary product package or shipping carton seems to be a small step in the overall production process.  But it is extremely critical in order to be ready to release your goods for sale.  Incorrect, illegible or failed code information can shut down your production line, and interrupt your cash flow, just as easily […]

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Printing And Applying Labels To The Inside Of A Pipe

In this video an integrated OEM print engine, that can print the complete information content of a label up to 4” wide, prints the entire label. The label is then transferred to a vacuum pad on the end of a cylinder. The vacuum pad is inserted into the pipe where the label is blown onto […]

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