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Videojet Technologies Launches New Case Coding Printers

Videojet Technologies has introduced new high-resolution large character inkjet printers, which can be used by producers with on-demand case coding operations.

The new Videojet 2351 and 2361 case coding printers, which feature patented technology of the Videojet 2300 series, allows to print durable bar codes, text and images on white and brown corrugated boxes.

Videojet 2351 and 2361 printers include advanced return line filter that enables to maintain high print quality and clean operation even on extended runs.

The new printers also feature Videojet-patented automatic micro-purge technology, which blow dirt and debris off the printhead surface.

The technology allows to clear potential blockages created by dust from corrugated materials.

Videojet 2351 and 2361 printers use CLARiTY software that streamlines data content, allowing to remove operator error from job selection.

CLARiTY interface, along with printer priming process, will allow to avoid the requirement for external priming equipment.

Networking can also be carried out with multiple printers in a master-follower configuration with various devices such as scanners and data interfaces.

Videojet offers in-line printing, coding, and marking products, as well as application specific fluids, and product life cycle services.

Videojet case coding and workflow solutions business unit manager Bob Neagle said: “Retailers are demanding 100% scanability of case barcodes and CPG companies need on-demand print solutions that can meet this requirement without having to devote resources for continual monitoring of print quality and frequent maintenance. 

“The Videojet 2300 Line of high-resolution, large character inkjet printers has been addressing this need with its patented micro-purge technology, and now we’ve innovated with the new 2351 and 2361 models — improving functionality and reducing daily maintenance to a minimum.”

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