Printing on vacuum formed trays

Plastic trays are popular for cakes and cookies, and printers from Domino make it easy to apply traceability codes

A plastic tray will usually be coded before the product is added, and it's important that food-grade quality inks are used to prevent the risk of migration and taint. But codes still need to be clear and legible, especially when traceability is important, such as in a plant producing gluten-free products alongside traditional baked goods. With the Ax-Series of continuous inkjet printers (CIJ), bakers can be confident of using food-grade inks that won't damage the product, and will provide a clean, legible marking every time.

These printers are also low cost, requiring no maintenance and with built-in systems that preserve ink quality and cut down on solvent use and waste. Easy to set up and switch over as production schedules change, the Ax-Series printers and other printing solutions available from Domino are an asset to every baker, whether large or small.

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.