Electronics

Electronic Marking & Coding Solutions for the Electronics Industry

Since 1987, Linx has been establishing its reputation as a leading provider of coding and marking solutions to the electronics industry. Our customers know Linx as a trusted supplier of continuous inkjet (CIJ) printers and laser marking machines suitable for the complex, and often delicate, manufacture of circuit boards, electronic components, and wires.

Achieve robust traceability

Coding and marking for the electronics industry requires robust traceability in order to ensure that manufacturers can keep track of inventory during every step of the manufacturing process. We deliver discreet solutions for internal traceability that include removable and invisible inks with our CIJ coders.

Linx CIJ coders allow you to code lines as small as 1.4 mm. Laser coders can go even smaller – as little as 0.8 mm. Even the smallest of electronic components can be legibly coded with one of our CIJ or laser solutions.

Our customers also appreciate the different ink choices available with our coding solutions. Water-soluble and pigmented Linx inks allow for either temporary or permanent electronic marking on circuit boards and components of every size. Even wiring can be coded effectively.

Low total cost of ownership

Linx CIJ and laser printers come with a range of systems and features that ensure reliable and efficient coding for the entire life of the machine. For example, our Linx FullFlush® technology extends the life of our printheads and ensures trouble-free start-ups and shut-downs by automatically cleaning the printhead after each use. That technology can be coupled with one of our industry-leading management systems to achieve maximum production, efficiency, and long life.

Linx coders are specifically designed with reliability in mind. Our customers enjoy long service intervals, self-service options, less downtime, and the need for less scheduled maintenance. All of this translates into greater production efficiency, regardless of the size and scope of your manufacturing line.

Case Study - Robe Lighting