Global product identification and traceability specialist Domino Printing Sciences is showcasing one of the most comprehensive collections of innovative and production efficient coding and labelling solutions on its stand (Hall 4/D121) at Emballage 2012. Offering the very latest in coding, marking and labelling technologies, Domino’s portfolio offers users a complete product to pallet solutions package for a host of industry sectors including food, beverage and pharmaceutical.
Domino’s stand will comprise a series of working demonstrations of its industry-leading innovations, covering continuous (CIJ) and thermal ink jet (TIJ) applications, scribing lasers, thermal transfer overlay (TTO) and print and apply solutions as well as its high speed digital ink jet black and white label press. All solutions incorporate a series of Domino’s unique i-Tech intelligent Technology product enhancing features to minimise downtime and optimise production output.
Scribing Lasers – world premier of D320i 10 Red Tube scribing laser
Taking centre stage will be Domino’s new D320i 10 Red Tube scribing laser, the latest variant to its successful D-Series range, which has its worldwide debut at Emballage 2012. Designed specifically to deliver high precision coding onto polypropylene (PP) and PP-layered materials such as film and foil, the new D320i 10 Red Tube laser variant eliminates any blistering and distortion of the substrate to deliver the highest quality coding with optimum readability and clarity.
Visitors can also see a presentation of the powerful D620i IP65 version suitable for harsh production environments typical of those in the beverage sector. The scribing lasers produce high quality serial numbers and batch codes, along with 2D data matrix codes and bar codes, logos and graphics and more complicated European and Asian characters for a range of applications and sectors.
Continuous Ink jet solutions - A-Series
Also dominating the stand is an impressive line-up of eight of the worlds’ best selling CIJ A-Series i-Tech printers, including the latest variants to the range, which have been designed to deliver efficient, high performance coding at the lowest total cost of ownership. The new variants, which are all available for the A420i model, include a variety of specially designed print heads developed to suit a host of applications, an extended 6 metre conduit for easier integration and a high performance, fast drying black ink - the 2BK024 – for low energy plastics.
Thermal Transfer Overlap (TTO) – V-Series
Domino’s V-series range of thermal transfer printers will be on display at Emballage with two V220i and one V320 printer on display at the stand. The V220i prints high resolution codes, text and images onto flexible foils, films and labels, while the V320i has been designed to print high resolution codes onto large areas. With the largest ribbon rolls in the industry and unique ribbon save features, the V320i also delivers the lowest cost of ownership of all thermal transfer printers.
Print & Apply – M-Series
Domino’s M-series range of print and apply labelling products will also be demonstrated live at Emballage with a production line showing the machines applying labels to boxes. The M-series is aimed at primary, secondary and pallet coding solutions and is fully modular to meet varying pallet labelling requirements. Its high resolution printing ensures supply chain compliance and the machines have been developed to fit seamlessly into production lines.
Other Domino products on display will include its single colour K600i inkjet solution, which will be shown printing personalised labels as part of an integrated roll-to-roll label printing line as well as producing high quality, high resolution 2D codes.
Other live demonstrations at the exhibition will include Domino's G-Series range of thermal inkjet (TIJ) printers, the only TIJ solution with the ability to print with solvent and water based fluids onto a variety of substrates. The G-Series will be presented applying barcodes and tertiary packaging detail on to boxes.
Posted on Tuesday 20th November 2012