Type of codes that can be marked
Static text, user inserts, date/time, shift codes, counters and variable data.
True Type Windows fonts.
1D barcodes: Codabar, Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, EAN8, EAN13, EAN128, Interleaved 2 of 5, Pharmacode, UPC-A, UPC-E, code 128
2D barcodes: Aztec, Data Matrix, Maxi Code, Micro QR, Code, QR Code, QR Code, QR Code 2005
What kind of materials can I mark?
Plastics (parts, cables, products…).
Metals (steel, stainless steel, aluminium, iron…).
Foods that need to add an expiry date or barcode.
Containers, packaging or boxes.
What is product traceability and its importance?
Industrial traceability ensures the identification of all types of products or parts and the ability to track them from their creation to their subsequent sale.
This ensures that we have total control of the production chain at all times and know in detail the characteristics of any product: where it comes from, what parts it is made of, date of creation…
Quality standards require that, in any type of manufacture, there must be traceability of the product produced. This makes traceability equipment such as printers, marking, dating and batching machines essential.