Is it Time to Modernize Your Marking?

By calendar-iconApril 22nd, 2024

Three examples of how upgrading outdated marking and labeling equipment pays off In today’s fast-paced industrial landscape, every minute lost to inefficiency creates an all-to-real risk of missed opportunities, a less competitive edge, and — ultimately — decreased profitability.  If there’s even one weak link, it can shut everything down. putting a company’s reputation and…

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Perfecting pipe and plastic product identification

By calendar-iconMarch 28th, 2024

How to choose the right inkjet coding solution for pipes and plastics manufacturing  Clear and durable marking and coding are critical for pipes and plastics manufacturers. Customers rely on identifying marks on pipes and plastics to ensure the right size and material type is used in specific applications, and marks play an important role in…

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Upgrade Your Lumber and Wood Marking

By calendar-iconApril 15th, 2024

Keep pace with a state-of-the-art lumber marking solution High-speed inkjet marking technology has come a long-way in the last few years. If you’re still using contact printing methods or it’s been a few years since you’ve looked at your print solution, it may be time to evaluate your options.  The latest advancements in print technology,…

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Wood Industry: Leave a Lasting Impression

By calendar-iconJanuary 16th, 2024

Making a Name for Yourself: Efficient Wood Marking Solutions Boost Branding By Kevin Havre Every builder, contractor, and home renovator consumer is familiar with the sight of wood products with smeared, illegible, or faded marks. But what does that say about the brand? Just as a wine bottle label tells you about the quality of…

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Overcome Metal Marking Challenges with Valvejet Technology

By calendar-iconFebruary 22nd, 2024

Why valvejet drop on demand is the number one inkjet technology for metal marking By Kevin Havre For marking on steel and aluminum, only one inkjet technology is up to the task. Everything else? Not so much… The biggest challenge that that metal manufacturing companies face is universally harsh environments. Dust, heat, humidity – these…

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