PRINTERS | 1100
/ 2100 / 3100 HI-RES INKJET PRINTERS
1100, 2100 and 3100 Hi- Res Case Coders
The Marsh 1100, 2100 and 3100 printers combine
high resolution printing with a simple user interface,
making message selection quick, easy and error-free.
The Marsh 1100, 2100 and 3100 systems are designed
and manufactured to reliably print accurate, high
quality, real time alphanumeric codes, bar codes
and graphics with a range of printhead heights
to best suit your printing needs.
Consistently high print quality —
micropurging with every print.
The 180 dpi resolution of the Marsh 1100, 2100
and 3100 printers allow for complete generic carton
coding at pre-printed quality levels. With their
unique, self-maintaining printhead system, these
printers guarantee the highest quality bar codes
and printed images on every case, even in the
1100, 2100 and 3100 printers can accomplish this
because they are the only high resolution ink
jet printers that automatically clean and maintain
the printhead with a unique, patented micropurging
process with every print — without affecting
production speed or throughput. Unique technology
builds confidence in print quality.
Reduced cost of ownership — unique
You buy ink jet printing equipment to put ink
on your packaging – not on your production
line or on the floor.
Thanks to a unique ink-recycling system, the Marsh
1100, 2100 and 3100 are the only printers where
ink used for automatic printhead maintenance is
recycled and used for printing after careful filtration.
Every drop of ink you paid for goes where you
want it – on your packaging. The ink system
is air-driven, eliminating potential downtime
from maintenance on pumps, solenoids and other
moving parts. Efficient use of ink and a mechanically
simple system ensure your Marsh 1100, 2100 or
3100 printer will always be ready to print the
next code without needing human intervention and
the associated costs of downtime. The carton tracking
interlock system eliminates the risk of dual marking
or uncoded product, and prevents the wasted ink
and mess caused by accidental triggering of product
photocells. The advanced date checking algorithms
found in these printers reduce costly operator
date coding errors.