Versatile Off-Line Coding System
The udaFORMAXX ‘c’ is a highly versatile feeding and coding system that can handle a wide range of flat-form packaging. You can use it for date and batch printing, data matrix code printing and labelling. Packs are transported on a high-friction belt for accurate print or label positioning. The central feeding mechanism gives you flexibility to print on more complex packaging designs. There is no ‘dead area’ so you can print right up to the edge of the pack.
The modular design also gives you the option to add a vision and reject system for code printing and verification.
- Printing expiry date and batch numbers on sleeves, cartons, blister cards, pouches
- Accurate print positioning for linear barcodes and 2D codes
- Off-line solution for medical and pharmaceutical carton coding requirements – including serialisation
- Overprinting variable data, including product details and ingredients information
- Coding different batches and pack sizes on a single machine
- Coding and verification with integrated vision and reject system
Modular Design for Coding and Labelling Flexibility
The standalone machine can be used as a simple carton feeder and coding machine, with your choice of printer. Or you can add additional functionality over time with integration of an additional printer, label applicator or camera system.
For high-speed printing, you would choose a non-contact printer such as a cartridge-based thermal inkjet coder (TIJ). With a TIJ, you can add up to 4 print heads for printing a large amount of information, or for printing in different locations on the same pack.
You can choose to add:
- Label applicator for applying pre-printed or print and apply labels
- Camera inspection system for code checking
- Reject station and vision system for full verification system
- Additional printers for extra flexibility
- Shingling conveyor for handling high-volumes
“At the end of the day, we need to print accurately on every pack and we need something that works reliably. The PrintSafe feeders do exactly that.
Jon BraggBryans Salads