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Laser-Marking System Prints Serialization Codes


Videojet Technologies expanded its range of CO2 laser marking systems with the Videojet 3330, 30-watt and the Videojet 3130, 10-watt lasers for more efficient laser marking to print high quality codes consistently on products at increased line speeds. For higher speeds, manufacturers can utilize the dot-font mode to mark up to 30% faster than vector fonts, enabling print speeds up to 150,000 products per hour. Over 20,000 standard configurations and 21 mark-window options improve flexibility to aid line integration. With three available wavelengths, the lasers can mark on a range of substrates, including PET bottling, plastic labels, laminated cartons, and other plastic materials common in packaging. The high resolution marking head on the 3330 and 3130 can deliver high quality datamatrix codes for serialization.

Source: Videojet

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