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Drop On Demand Valve Jet Printing

Domino's Large Character C-Series| , Macrojet and Case Coder| ink jet printers have been developed to offer a range of Coding and Marking (C & M| ) capabilities that are specific to the end users' requirements.

Valve-Jet technologies are used to print onto a variety of porous and non-porous materials. These include:

  • Corrugated outer cases
  • Sacks
  • Rubber
  • Metal
  • PVC

Macrojet and Case Coder|  and other Valve-Jet printers can apply both water and solvent based inks, depending on your specific needs.

Valve-Jet printing - CaseCoder and Macrojet

In Valve-Jet technology (including Macrojet and Case Coder|  printers), a series of inline jets are controlled by valves. These open and shut independently to produce streams of intermittent ink droplets. As the product passes the printhead, these droplets create characters and graphics based on a grid formation.

Domino's range of large character valve-jet printers use a variety of inks to print text and variable data onto porous and nonporous materials. For example:

  • The Macrojet and CaseCoder valve-jet printers apply both solvent and water-based inks. As well as printing on to porous substrates, nonporous materials such as rubber, metal, PVC and more can also be printed on.

Key Benefits

Valve-Jet printing has many benefits, depending on your requirements, offering:

  • Cost-effective print of simple date, time and text
  • Easy operation and maintenance
  • Self-pressured print head, which ensures ink delivery

C-Series| , Macrojet and Case Coder|  printing methods are designed to meet all your needs.  They allow printing on a variety of materials, using water and solvent based inks. 

Key Benefits:

  • Print onto a variety of porous and non-porous materials
  • Water and solvent based inks available
  • Easy operation and maintenance

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