Coding and Marking System
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Various production lines require different marking content, and at the same time, cij printers are required to mark and spray codes on the production line. The production environment of different industries is different. Some production lines are clean and tidy, and the inkjet printer can directly print the code where the product is needed without processing when it is in use. Some products have experienced harsh environments such as dust, stains, water vapor, etc. When the inkjet printer performs coding, product pretreatment is required to complete the marking of the inkjet printer in combination with the cij printer.
The harsh production environment will not cause problems for the printer itself. At the beginning of the design of the cij printer, the environment of the cij printer was preset. The printer itself can resist moisture, dust, etc. when it is not turned on. The marking formation of the inkjet printer is the adhesion of ink to the product. If the ink adhesion of the inkjet printer does not produce adverse effects, such as falling off, blurring, etc., the surface of the product must be clean, and the surface of the product must not be There are some debris attached, otherwise the ink of the inkjet printer will directly adhere to the debris, and later will disappear directly as the debris falls off. Before marking the printer in harsh environments, clean the parts that need to be marked on the product to prevent unclear marking of the product. The relationship between our company and inkjet printers can be traced back to the end of the 20th century, focusing on inkjet marking equipment, anti-counterfeiting traceability systems, and providing customers with overall product inkjet marking solutions. Our products cover Videojet printers from the United States, Domino from the UK, Markem-Imaje from France, Leibinger small-character printers from Germany, Sec cij printers from Germany, Metronics from Germany, IKD from Germany Japan’s Hitachi and other major brands are widely used in food, beverages, medicine, daily chemicals, cables, electronic appliances, building materials, auto parts, etc.