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industrial coding and printing for all kind of products

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Advantages or disadvantages of the industrial inkjet printers

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Nowadays Industrial Inkjet printers are universally used. The image is created by expelling thousands of droplets on the paper. You can select a suitable industrial Inkjet printer to as per your industry needs. Not only advantages, but also some disadvantages that we should concern.

Advantages of Industrial Inkjet Printer :

Initial Cost  :

Industrial Ink-Jet printers are one of the cheapest cost printers in the marketplace. However, inkjet technology has developed and improved so extraordinarily that the lowest cost industrial inkjet printers can create images with the best quality.

Quality :

Now you can create images or documents with high quality by Industrial inkjet printers. You are can create more effects so that your images are more vivid and have the best quality.

Space :

With the comparison of laser printers, the ink jet printers have appropriate size to put on the desk on your workplace or a small room in your house to serve to your work.

Time :

It is totally Different from a laser printer, the industrial inkjet printer don’t have need of time to heat the machine system before print. They have also a little delay between the document being sent to print and the beginning of a print process.

Disadvantages of Industrial Inkjet Printer :

Cartridge Cost :

You can Purchase a low cost industrial inkjet printer first but with the changing of the cartridges in a long period of time, the cartridge cost can exceed the machine cost.

Speed :

You can only use an industrial inkjet printer to create little volumes of documents only because industrial inkjet printer is slower than laser one.

Ink :

The most trouble we commonly face is when the printers are clogged with ink. So the cost of an ink cartridge is down but it takes a lot of time to transfer cartridges.

Moisture :

After creating images or documents, We must wait until they will dry. Sometimes it can take time for our delivery process. There is some possibility for documents smudge before drying.

Coding Process And Marking On Cartons

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Coding and Printing on Cartons :

Carton coding is a procedure of marking cartons as a means of adding additional product tracking information and also more common as a means of adding expiration dates specially for products like milk cartons. Carton Printing is a common procedure and require by many producers of cardboard products especially cartons that contain various products from liquids to powders. Most of these cartons will have a basic bar code built into the product but in the shipping process it is very helpful for handlers to leave marking where required. Using a milk carton as the prime example that everyone can relate to, codes are commonly found at the bottom side. On the bottom side is more convenient for local retailer to mark down their product to be tracked in their inventory. At the top is more space for coding and for food products this is typically your expiration date.

Printing Process and Marking on Cartons :

The Printing is normally done with an inkjet printer and is generally done by industrial printers. If we take an orange juice cardboard carton container as an example the printing and coding at the top of the product is generally done as the last stage in the packaging and manufacturing procedure. Classically this is done in a repetitive way and this printer is used daily as the volume of products being marked is large. There are more convenient printing products available. For any manufacturer they just want the method to be highly automated with just enough ink to get the coding done right so costs are kept to a minimum.

Applications of 3D printing technology

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3D printing is not only limited to making prototypes for industry, there are an almost vast number of applications where 3D printing is feasible. Just point out the word custom or one off, and it is likely that 3D printing will not only be the fastest way, but will also be the cheapest way to manufacture the product.

The below are a list of typical uses for 3D printing :

  • Architectural Models :

Architectural models can be made in both color or black & white directly from the CAD data that they have designed it. Models can be produced in hours not in weeks or months for a fraction of the cost of traditional modeling techniques.

  • Working Prototypes :

Prototypes for fit, form and function testing can be made on a daily basis plastics to simulate real life end products. Because models can be produced in hours not in weeks like injection moulding.

  • Avatars :

We can also produce our favorite character from computer games with high accuracies in either full color or white plastic.

  • Exhibition Models :

Exhibition models are another outstanding application of 3D printing. Exhibition models for clients that were fractions of the cost of what the client had been quoted.

  • Medical Applications :

It is feasible to print in bio materials and even human tissues that can be inserted into the body unrejected. We can make medical models of bones, organs, cells and even more from scans and x-rays.

  •  Replacement parts :

3D printer technology is used to get product’s broken or missing part replaced using the  CAD service.

  • End use products :

The finishing of the product is so accurate on the Objet machine that the parts can be used as end use products. If you are allowing for producing one off  products, or low volume batch produced items then it is likely that 3D printing is the way forward.

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Direct to Garment Printing The On Demand Printing Technology

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Before we begin let me clarify a few things first.  This is the end, not fairly all of garment printing, so don’t run down to your local screen printing by printers and start striking her means of income.

Although this is a huge leap frontward so we apply graphics for garments. There are still some things you can do with screen printing that you can do with digital printing T-shirts or direct to Garment printing (DTG) and vice versa.

With all that being said lets go down to some basic differences between the two. One of the first questions mostly asks all consumers is how much is going to cost me. It is the best point to start the comparison. If you are looking to just some things as 10-12 pieces then the cheapest route is definitely DTG  but if you are looking to do more than that then the screen printing would be the best.

Well I know what about the quality though. It just depends on exactly what you are trying to do. If you are trying to reproduce a photograph, then DTG is exactly what you want. DTG printing can reproduce a picture with crisp, clean detail without limitations on the number of colors. The only thing that I like about this process is that it’s always soft to the touch, no matter how many colors are there.

Now let’s talk about what it can’t do. Accurate color matching is a bit of a problem. There are also limited inks too. You can’t make Glitters, reflections, films, etc. like you can do with serigraphs. There are also limited to the actual printing area, size, location, etc. Another thing is the actual content of the fabric. The garment must be of at least of 80% cotton. That will affect the price of the T-shirt.

To summarize it all, depending on what you try to accomplish DTG is certainly a giant step ahead in garment printing. Hope this helps you with any decision you need to make or if nothing else adds to your fund of knowledge if you want to design your own shirt printed and delivered to your door using DTG.

coding solutions for the requirements of all industries

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In the world of industrial coding and printing, everyone thinks of all the available coding and printing solution. The number of coding or printing systems which may commercially available are impressive. For industrial coding and printing here are some of the ways of labeling, marking and identifying of different products.

Printing and Ink Jet :

The printing and inkjet is an easier way to get started and it depends on the working atmosphere you are in. A normal sticker that identifies the product whether it has name, product number or bar code that could scan and help to identify that product on the spot. Stickers or barcodes are most commonly used in coding but it isn’t used by everybody and it depends again on the working environment. This method is better for more consumer goods than industrial goods.

Laser Coding :

The laser coding is one of the more popular methods of coding because it is effective and it is fundamentally one of the lowest costs involve in any of the coding options. Laser coding is so appealing, it works for all environments like the tougher ones with various weather conditions and industrial environments involving construction and any kind of chemicals. The laser coding is more suitable for industrial products than regular consumer products.

Thermal Transfer Coding :

The Thermal transfer coding involves thermal printers and ribbons where the ribbon can be melted onto the product as a means of tagging it.

These are the fundamentals when it comes to selection of coding solutions and the cost of these methods for printing and laser coding are relatively the lowest. But the question for the buyer is more about which environments will the products should be in and then the query is about this is for consumer goods or  industrial goods.