What are the best coding options for Glass Cosmetic Jars?
Using a D-Series CO2 laser marking machine from Domino, it's possible to etch production, traceability and date codes directly on glass bottles and jars, or on the metal/hard plastic caps used to seal them.
It's a beautiful solution for a fragile items and substrate materials like glass, affording multiple options for printing information in addition to production data, such as logos, symbols and foreign-language characters.
Our industrial laser markers cope easily with the most demanding production environments, and their output is unaffected by the solvents and surfactants used in perfumes and cosmetics.
They offer easy setup and operation, with a variety of messages that can be stored for quick changeovers in production, and minimum maintenance for constant uptime.
With zero use of consumables, the cost of use is surprisingly low, and it's easy to locate the printer heads for maximum productivity and minimal impact on the production line.
For more information about printing on glass cosmetic jars, contact Domino North America.
What software can you use to design Domino labels?
Our Automation and Integration Services help make the coding process safer and prevent errors from happening.
Domino Automation and Designer, our software tools for centralized label management and automated deployment, are designed to boost your production efficiency: streamline operations and minimize waste.
Using Domino Automation you can create messages centrally and automatically pass them down to all Domino printers on your production.
- Design and manage labels at a single location: our intuitive label design system enables using a universal interface, keeping training needs at a minimum.
- Easily manage users and their permissions: security features like Active Directory Integration enable using your existing IT network, and simplify user management.
- Full audit trail for the management of production changes: version control provides the ability for approval and roll-back procedures.