Blister packs have long been a staple of the packaging industry. They offer your product line high visibility presentation, and a protection from the elements. When looking for a blister card printer, keep in mind your own requirements, and select from one of the high-quality printers listed below.
This is a small sample of the products we offer which can print and code on Blister Packages:
Flexo, UV inks, up to 380mm wide, 20m/min
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Digital Ink Jet, 600dpi, up to 100m/min. up to 630mm wide
This simple coding device is designed to integrate with a conveyor transporting cartons, cases or trays. Models are available that can print either registered print in precise locations or random repeating messages. It can print on the top, side or bottom of moving packages. By using quickly interchangeable rubber type characters it produces sharp, dark, […]
The compact S-6000 Plus Standard is perfect for identifying cartons with printing up to 17mm high text and bar codes while the Duo allows for printing up to 34mm high characters. The 17mm high print heads are available with manual or motorized print head shutters.
Thermal transfer, Print up to 32mm wide
HP or LX print system with onboard label creation and editing. Runs 2 HP or LX print heads
Multi-lane thremal transfer traversing head, up to 8.3″ wide
HP or LX print system with onboard label creation and editing. Runs up to 4 HP or LX print heads._This system provides rapid printing capabilities
Thermal ink jet, up to 4″ print height, up to 100 ips
Vacuum transport system using either thermal ink, jet, thermal transfer , hot stamp or laser coding systems
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
A heavy duty tabletop hot stamp coder designed to work 24/7 for printing onto flat cartons, envelopes, cards and many other surfaces. Table top systems are designed for operations that are either hand packed or are of lower volumes that don’t need on line coding. They are also often used when several packaging in lines […]
The S-1000 is a modular inkjet system allows you to connect up to four independent 17mm high print heads to be integrated with one controller to suit your application. The system can be provided with the print head in the casing, with it mounted remotely or a combination of both. The control box can be mounted up to 10 meters from the print heads.
Thermal ink jet, HP or LX, up to 90m/min, up to 900 dpi
Thermal ink jet, up to 2″ print height, up to 50 ips
Friction feeder with thermal ink jet or laser
The Series 200 HD is of such exceptionally rugged design that it is optimal for any carton, case or tray coding application or environment. It is ideal for date, batch or logo printing on almost any top, bottom or side moving surface. Its design even allows for printing on uneven or bulging surfaces. Inks are […]
Thermal transfer, print up to 107mm wide
Griffin Rutgers: Blister Packages
Medical aluminum foil is the material sealed onto a plastic film. The advantages of using this type of seal is that it is non-toxic, corrosion resistance, heat resistant, moisture and light resistant, and resistant to high-temperature sterilization. The typical thickness is usually 0.02 millimeter, consisting of a protective layer, printing layer, base material, and an […]
Despite its misleading name, Web printers do not relate to the Internet either. Rather, web printers for blisters and pouches are specially designed pieces of equipment that print on what is known as web stock, web material or lid stock. These the materials are webbed together to make pouches or something that has a blister pack—the packaging where you push the tablet or product out through various types of coated and uncoated foils.
Production manufacturers cope with many different issues through-out the course of production. One way to speed up the process could be through the use of a stack-to-stack feeding system. What are the benefits of this type of system and could it fit into your facility? Here are a few items to consider: Fitted with the […]
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.