Wire and Cable Marking
Linx provides high speed cable marking and wire printing solutions that code accurately using small characters for reliable traceability and product identification, even on fiber optic cables.
Whether you are producing ethernet cables or electrical cables, Linx coding and marking solutions ensure that your identification codes or brand markings will be clear and precise. With consistent printing on a range of materials we can ensure that your products meet internationally set wire and cable coding standards, using add-ons like meter marking software to place the code exactly where you need it.
The intuitive user interface ensures you have instant control over code creation and selection, and a link to a central PC further reduces the chance of operator error.
Coding & Printing Benefits
As well as providing clear product identification, Linx's non-contact cable and wire coders function quickly and effectively and their built-in reliability means less downtime on your line - enabling you to keep up with high speed cable production. If you are looking for faster changeover times then our digital wire printer provides the capability to deliver quick and simple changes to code with even less downtime.
We're proud of our code quality, and know it can help you to reduce scrappage costs as it delivers robust and legible marking to avoid waste. Our wire printers use pigmented inks that provide clarity and contrast whatever the substrate color, and have excellent adhesion to the surface of almost any material.
For a truly permanent code we even have laser coding solutions - whatever your choice, we deliver light-fast codes that won't fade during storage or in end-use.
Get in touch with one of our team to talk about how Linx can support your wire coding and marking needs
- Robust traceability
- Up to IP65 ratings
- Reliable operation in hot, dusty, wet, or non-temperature controlled environments
- Intuitive wire printers offer industry leading ease of use
- Range of solutions for durable coding onto most materials