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November 19, 2015 | Laser coder from Linx

Linx Printing Technologies has expanded its portfolio of laser coders with the introduction of a new CO2 steered beam model.

The Linx SLHP (Scribing Laser High Performance) produces codes at high speeds, e.g. for 70,000 bottles per hour on a bottling line. Its ability to produce complicated codes, such as GS1 which can include a 2D data matrix code, is especially suitable for pharmaceutical coding requirements.

The speed and power of the 120W laser mean there is a shorter dwell time on the product, reducing the chance of outside interference during the coding process to deliver codes without errors. In addition, the combination of speed and power can create highly complex codes that are also permanent, making the coder ideal for anti-counterfeiting measures for high value goods, and to meet strict traceability requirements.

The Linx SLHP can operate over multiple lines, coding onto many different materials such as PET, PVC and other plastics, rubber extrusions, glass, painted surfaces, printed card, film and label and tobacco products. This gives it the versatility to code a wide variety of information, including date, time, production details and legislative text, barcodes and logos, for both static and moving applications. End markets include beverages, food and non-food products.

Equally important, the Linx SLHP has no consumables, with cooling of the coder achieved by a blower unit rather than by water cooling or factory air, which shall reduce operating costs.

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