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Open Date to showcase upgraded flagship coder at Total

May 07
09:43 2013

Open Date Equipment is to demonstrate its expertise across the range of thermal transfer, inkjet and hot foil coding at next month’s Total exhibition.

One of the highlights will be the latest version of the company’s flagship thermal transfer coder, the Thermocode iQ, which has been upgraded to include several new features.

Open Date general manager Gary Cowlard said: “We have undertaken a process of continuous improvement on our top of the range thermal transfer coder since it was successfully launched in 2011. We have listened to customer feedback and come up with various developments to make it even more ‘state-of-the-art, without extra cost.”

Also being exhibited are examples from the AutoPilot inkjet range from US specialists Squid Ink Manufacturing of Minnesota. AutoPilot is an entry-level machine, printing high-resolution characters on porous and non-porous materials. It uses Piezo impulse printhead technology producing text up to 18mm high, or logos at 180dpi. The system can print scannable bar codes as standard and offers multiple formats.

Additionally, the company’s Thermocode range of thermal transfer printers will be demonstrated. The Thermocode Series 2 online thermal printer comes in both intermittent and continuous versions and is compatible with most types of packaging and labelling machines.

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