Laser marking is suited for marking simple codes on glass, plastic, paper, cardboard, chip board and other surfaces.
Typically laser printers are used to print text, graphics and Data Matrix codes.
An industrial laser printer is considered a cleaner and more eco-friendly alternative to inkjet because there no inks or solvents required. Because there are no fluids to buy, there is a long-term cost savings associated with laser printing.
This printing technology is commonly used in the beverage industry for marking plastic bottles. But an industrial laser printer can be used in a number of food and non-food applications as well. Laser printers are available with a variety of interface options to tie into other systems, making it easy to integrate this clean and reliable printing method.
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