New thermal inkjet printer launched to enhance the Linx coder range
Linx Printing Technologies has strengthened its range of coders with the launch of a new model of thermal ink jet (TIJ) printer, tailored to the specific needs of their customers.
The Linx TJ50 is simple to use, affordable and reliable, giving customers confidence that it will add value to their business and enhance their brand. The TJ50 is designed for more demanding applications, with easy database connectivity and the ability to print text, graphics and machine-readable codes onto a wide range of packaging materials. The model is ideal for customers who need to print onto coated card, plastics, films or metals.
The Linx TJ50 is ideal for slow to fast moving factories and is straight-forward to integrate with a factory network. Giving continual, reliable performance, this printer has no maintenance or wear parts, keeping operating costs low whilst delivering consistent print quality. Machine readable DataMatrix and 1D barcodes are delivered at high resolution using specialist pigmented, water and solvent based inks. With the database connectivity and message templates, its simple to create new messages.
Coding errors are eliminated with automatically populated messages direct from the database. Printing machine-readable high-quality barcodes, line speeds of up to 295 fpm (90m/min) are achievable with the inks’ rapid dry time and adhesion. In addition, the next generation overlapping nozzle technology helps eliminate missing pixels to deliver consistent, high-quality codes.
Simon Millett, Product Manager for Secondary Markets & Inks, said: “At Linx we pride ourselves on listening to our customers and delivering what they need. This new additional model to our range now gives an even greater choice to customers when looking for a robust, reliable and affordable printer. It's versatility in its sector makes this models a clear choice; whether you are just starting out and want to take that next step, or if you are an established company adapting to demands for product traceability using machine readable codes”.