CASE STUDIES

No. 2    Foxjet Marksman Pro . .Application Brief: A large number of customers continue to use high-priced preprinted labels in order to code boxes that require extensive blocks of text such as ingredient or product information. However, using preprinted labels also requires the use of a variable coding device to indicate variable information such as date and time codes on the box. In the past, it was not possible to code large amounts of data using direct to case ink-jet printing without using multiple printheads because the printheads were limited to five lines of print. Now, with the inception of the ultra-high resolution ProSeries 768 printhead, all information can easily be replicated with one printhead in a single pass coding both fixed information as well as any required variable information.CLICK FOR COMPLETE PAPER

 

No. 3    RSI – Hewlitt Packard Inkjet Technology

 

INKJET PRINTER MAKES GOOD LIP READING . . .

Bag Lip Printing

“As Syngenta develops new traits for our product lineup we want to be sure that the hybrid name as well as it’s respective traits are displayed prominently on the lip print of the bag,” says Cheryl Osterloh, plant operations manager at Syngenta’s Waterloo facility. “Clear, easy to read lip prints will overall reduce our delivery-shipping errors ultimately increasing customer satisfaction which is always our primary goal,” Osterloh says. In addition to its required tag with germination test information, each bag has a two-inch lip that becomes a virtual billboard to let customers know precisely what is inside.

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No. 4   Home and Garden Packaging Case StudyNakase Brothers Nursery

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