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Domino’s G-Series thermal ink jet, D-Series laser coders, and V-series thermal transfer printers have been developed to help manufacturers comply with new global serialization and traceability legislation.
Domino’s G-Series thermal ink jet (TIJ), D-Series laser coders, and V-series thermal transfer printers (TTO) have been developed to help manufacturers comply with new global serialization and traceability legislation. Known for its expertise in coding and marking, Domino offers a wide choice of serialization-ready equipment and is qualified to offer full validation compliance, including password structures and IQ/OQ documentation, across its entire printer range.
Craig Stobie, head of the life-sciences team at Domino will also be presenting an overview of serialization-readiness around the globe at the ACHEMA Praxis Forum on 17 June 2015 at 17:20. An on-stand survey will provide real-time feedback on the hottest topics in item-level serialization. The survey seeks to gauge from manufacturers where they are on their journey to serialization.
Domino’s TIJ range is suitable for manufacturers seeking to implement item-level serialization. The independently-certified market leading dry time for Domino’s accompanying BK652 black ink makes the G-Series a crucial player for high-speed operations where tamper-evident seals need to be applied immediately after coding, with no risk of smudging. Additionally, BK652 maintains excellent ink contrast and lightfastness (vital for pack authentication at the point of dispensing) for the lifetime of the pack, achieving Grade C or better according to the scale set out in ISO/IEC 15415:2011. Elsewhere, the G-Series’ Auto Swap system ensures that ink can be replenished as required without having to stop the line.
Domino’s compact D-series lasers produce unlimited lines of text in any orientation, making them the equipment of choice for manufacturers looking for improved performance at high speeds across a diverse range of applications.
Source: Domino, Forum 0, C17