Close up of Portland Cement bags.

Coming Up to Speed on Bag Marking and Coding

By calendar-iconAugust 17th, 2023

Three questions you should ask when looking for a bag marking solution Countless consumer and industrial products come delivered in bags, pouches and other types of flexible packaging in all shapes and sizes – from industrial supplies like 94 lb. bags of cement to grocery items like flour and pet food. In contrast to the…

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Close up of V-Series marks on white carboard box.

For Reliable Marking, Consider Valvejet Technology

By calendar-iconJune 7th, 2023

What makes valvejet printers the reliability champions? For marking applications involving harsh conditions, valvejet excels where all other inkjet technologies falter. Why? Let’s take a look. Marking industrial products – everything from metal pipes to large stacks of lumber– with codes and brand marks has been a necessity for decades. Before the advent of digital…

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Example mark on wood product that says Sustainable Forestry Initiative SFI-00003.

Wood Marking Upgrade

By calendar-iconJune 27th, 2023

Here’s Why It May Be Time to Up Your Wood Marking Game The technology you use for industrial wood coding and marking matters If your lumber processing or building products operation is still using contact printing with stamps, stencils or roller coders for wood marking your lumber, OSB, plywood or other products, you are missing…

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Stacks of rolled steel.

Advanced Metal Marking

By calendar-iconMay 25th, 2023

Three Ways to Take Your Metal Marking to the Next Level Get insights on how to make marking worries a thing of the past…and then join us at upcoming metal industry conferences.   If you’re using older marking technologies like stamping and stenciling or need larger marks than possible with continuous ink jet (CIJ), you…

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