Industrial Printer

Small Character (Continuous) Inkjet Industrial Printer

Small character inkjet printers provide marking and coding by spraying small droplets of ink onto the surface of the product. They support end user’s track and traceability requirements via date code, expiration, and barcode serialization on any product-packaging surface. Lastly, inkjet printer technology also allows non-contact printing to mark on rough, uneven, or varied surfaces from any direction.


Hitachi America, Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of industrial continuous inkjet printers used for marking and coding in different packaging. Their inkjet industrial printers deliver state-of-the-art technology and advanced features to enable high-speed marking and coding operations. Hitachi industrial inkjet printers, include their RX Series, PH Series, PXR Series, and PB Series inkjet printers. 


Large Character Inkjet Industrial Printer

Similar to the small character inkjet, these printers cover much larger surfaces with the marking and coding. These printers are able to present high resolution barcodes, and logos at high speeds using the ink sprayed directly on the products with much larger character sizes.

Matthews Marking Systems

With a variety of controllers, printheads, and inks available to choose from, Drop-On-Demand printing is suitable for many different packaging and industrial applications. Case coding, bags, lumber, and metals are just a few of the common applications where we have provided successful solutions. First and foremost, the flexible, modular design allows you to select the right combination for your industrial printer needs.


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Thermal Transfer Overprint


Due to our exclusive focus on Thermal Transfer Overprinting (TTO), we are continuously finding new ways to apply this superior digital coding technology to both traditional and specialty applications.

FlexPackPRO offers a wide range of TTO models to suit each flexible packaging application at the most competitive price point. Above all, we’ve developed many innovative labeling integrations and off-line printing and coding systems as well.

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Marking Laser


As an expert in inkjet-based printing Hitachi Europe launched its laser marking business at Fachpack trade fair in 2015. Laser marking is a non-contact printing method that offers advantages including mark quality, permance and fewer consumables. Hitachi laser marking systems include CO2 and Vector laser sources in different power outputs. 

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Matthews Marking Systems

Matthews Marking Systems e-SolarMark CO2 laser coding systems are ideal for high speed food, beverage, and pharmaceutical packaging applications. These lasers can permanently code onto cardboard, coated metals, glass, leather, paper, plastics, and wood. There are four power options to choose from, based on your speed and performance requirements. In addition, there is IP65 rated, heavy duty version for washdown environments.

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Spot Marker

Universal Stenciling & Marking 

Universal’s USMR-20 Series Micro-Spray Markers are designed for color coding applications where spot or stripe marks are required for identification or acceptance/rejection indication marks. These units may be mounted near automation and sensitive test equipment. They can also be placed in marking stations on the production line or attached to robotic arms. For instance, the marker is an extremely compact and designed for positioning in locations where space is severely limited.

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