Printing on bags

Whether it's a small bag of candies or a large bag of chocolate bars, Domino can code on every surface

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Our thermal transfer technology ensures that every code or message applied to a bag is clear and precise, and stays that way no matter how much the bag is handled. Whether packing with a VFFS or HFFS machine, the V230i printer from Domino is the ideal device for applying production codes to packs, and even more details to generic packaging. The V230i ensures reliable printing and excellent code adhesion, meaning the code stays clear and legible throughout the lifetime of the product.

Being small and compact, our V230i fits most thermal transfer brackets and its unique i-Tech ribbon drive is both highly efficient, and protects against ribbon breakage. That all contributes to low cost of ownership and trouble-free operation.

Our easy to use, flexible and scalable software and service products are easy to integrate with all coding and labelling technologies. From a fully featured, free of change Label Editor to a range of powerful automation modules. 

QuickDesign

Stay fully compliant and in complete control of your package messaging, from product to pallet, right from the factory floor. Fully scalable to suit your production line, you can manage data simply with a touch screen PC interface and create accurate labels from our built-in product table. 

QuickDesign Lite

Free to download, easy to use software means you can get going in minutes. From complex labels, including ingredients and allergen information, to large batches of date messages, start creating simple coding at the touch of a button.

QuickDesign Modules

Whether it’s plug and play integration and automated interfacing, or order management from the factory floor, our fully scalable automation models come with a range of features developed for the real-world challenges you face. From single coders to site-wide solutions.

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