Three Linx 7900 continuous ink jet printers have been installed by Australian manufacturer Bambach Wires & Cables after the company was impressed with the printers’ speed, print quality and ease of use.
Bambach manufactures specialist and industrial cables for industries, including marine, defence, rail and road, sound and lighting, solar, power and transmission.
Two Linx printers are meeting the exacting demands of Espersen Lietuva UAB, one of the most modern fish processing companies in Europe.
The Danish-owned company is the largest producer of Baltic cod products in Lithuania. The products are made of fresh sea-caught and frozen cod and the plant’s production capacity is 25 tonnes per day.
A reliable continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer, ensuring good ink adhesion to plastic film under adverse working conditions of low temperatures, was required for the production plant, where large amounts of fish products are packed in plastic packaging and later labelled.
Two Linx CJ400 continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers are working round the clock for Australian spring water bottler Wet Fix, which selected two coders for printing bottles and secondary packaging.
Wet Fix, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, has its own Mountain Dew label, but the bulk of its business is contract packing, servicing 200-plus labels.
Linx Printing Technologies has introduced a new ink to meet the specific coding requirements of the electronics industry. At the same time the company is launching a dedicated version of its market-leading Linx 7900 continuous ink jet printer, the Linx 7900E, to offer electronics manufacturers and suppliers a complete printer and ink solution tailored to the needs of the market.
Linx Printing Technologies is introducing a ketone-free ink to meet increasing demands for an ink that does not contain MEK and acetone, suitable for a variety of coding applications across industries such as food and drink, cosmetics, confectionery and tobacco.
Quality Foods of Aberdeen has installed a Linx IJ355 high definition case coder
Case coding just got easier
than ever thanks to Linx Printing Technologies, with the launch of a new
thermal inkjet (TIJ) printer that ensures the first print is as good as the