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The decision as to which technology is correct for your application lies in the answers to several possible questions which, as examples, could be: what is the information required to identify the product and in what font size? Will the information be fixed for an entire batch or production run such as a lot number and expiry date or will it change with each individual print as with a serialized number? How often does the information, if fixed, change over during a day? What is the material to be printed? What is the anticipated life cycle of the product? Will there be any interactions with environmental conditions to consider (sunlight, solvents, etc.)? How many prints per minute output is required? What is the projects budget? It is important to select the correct “coding” method to fit specific or even general needs. Griffin-Rutgers engineers would be happy to discuss the specifications of your project and then recommend the correct “coding” solution.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers and packagers could be facing increased costs due to re-engineering of production lines to satisfy newly upgraded European Union Falsified Medicines Directives (FMD). Printing and packaging systems that carry out coding, and its related post-print inspection, offline as an independent process might make it easier for manufacturers to meet the new compliance requirements […]
The consumables used for coding systems can have a big impact on the performance of the equipment. Many of these consumable products look the same but are you selecting the right product for optimal performance? Griffin Rutgers recommends you consider these things when choosing the right consumable products for coding systems. Color Color changes are […]
If the barcode or marking of your product is unreadable, it can result in recalls, unhappy customers, and even fines. It is important to identify these issues early by implementing regular checks and verification to ensure quality.
The Markoprint X1Jet HP is one of the most compact coding systems available on the market. It is designed to label and format data created by PC-based software and then sent via Ethernet or USB stick to the substrate upon which the data is printed. It fulfills standard marking and coding requirements such as text, […]
Packaging has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Clear packaging, like blister packs and clamshells are becoming a popular choice among manufacturers today. Some studies suggest that shoppers are as much as 400% more likely to pick up a package if they can see the product that is inside.
High-resolution inkjet systems are one of the many available package coding systems for the distribution packaging coding industry. However, this particular system, which works well with detailed codes like barcodes, has a set of special features that often set it apart from other types of machines. Here we’ve highlighted some of the many available features and functions found with high-resolution inkjet systems.