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Weber’s Super Compact Thermal Ink Jet Coder

Weber’s Super Compact Thermal Ink Jet Coder
August 03
09:44 2012

The small and compact Markoprint X1JET controller/printer comes in a single fully integrated unit. This innovative system codes smooth absorbent and semi-absorbent surfaces – quickly, accurately and reliably.

Markoprint X1JET is based on reliable Markoprint X4JET technology. This compact and powerful system (123mm x 75mm x 95mm) is available in different, upgradable versions. Markoprint X1JET is designed for a wide range of applications, for example: food and beverage, chemical, coated/uncoated materials, timber products and the pharmaceutical industry.

The system features: innovative technology for printing information directly onto cartons, high availability using cartridge technology and a concept that has been thoroughly tested and field proven to provide high quality, high resolution printing.

Markoprint X1JET – Super Compact Thermal Ink Jet Coder.

Simple and Flexible to Use – No Training Necessary

Printing with the Markoprint X1JET is simplicity itself, based on the 3-logic intuitive operation with LED status lights. Data transmission can be performed with a USB stick or other interface and users can directly select and print 9 layouts / label configurations. The unit is so simple to use that no training is needed.

Markoprint X1JET uses True Type fonts for printing. All conventional 1 and 2 dimensional codes can be printed. The controller is fully integrated into the print module, providing a highly compact design that offers simple integration into packaging systems and conveyors and allowing printing from the side or top at a height of up to 12.5mm. A sensor built into the unit means that no separate or additional sensors are required to trigger the printing process. The system can however operate from external input signals if preferred.

The unit is available in several versions – Print, Basic, Advanced and Pro – with different functional features, depending on application requirements.  All versions allow data transmission can be achieved via USB stick, Ethernet or EIA-232 interface and print layouts are created with iDesign software.

Markoprint X1JET is available with a wide range of standard accessories including: rotary/shaft encoders to allow the unit to dynamically adapt to different conveyor speeds and flexible brackets enable either horizontal or vertical mounting.

A wide range of water and solvent-based inks provide the capability to work with many different products and applications. Materials such as paper, cartons, coated surfaces, foils, plastics etc. are coded permanently, with excellent resolution and with the flexibility only available with cartridge based coding systems.

For more information please contact Patrick Hughes, Weber Packaging Solutions, on Tel +44(0)1875 611 111, E-Mail sales@weber.co.uk or visit www.weber.co.uk.

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