Videojet Technologies has unveiled the new Videojet 2351 and 2361 high-resolution large character inkjet printers in a bid to cater to on-demand case coding operations.
The new devices leverage on the Videojet 2300 Series technology and can print durable barcodes, text and images on white and brown corrugated boxes.
They are also claimed to be user-friendly and require minimal maintenance even when operated for longer periods.
Videojet case coding and workflow solutions 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.”
As part of the Videojet 2300 Series portfolio, the two new printers are equipped with the Videojet-patented automatic micro-purge technology that blows dirt and debris off the printhead surface.
By clearing potential blockages caused by dust from corrugated materials, the technology is said to deliver quality codes.
Purged ink is recycled to provide cleaner operation and optimise ink usage.
Furthermore, the compact ink canister of the two printers can be easily changed without disrupting normal production.
The Videojet 2351 and 2361 printers have a built-in intuitive touch controller featuring Videojet CLARiTY software that streamlines data content to eliminate operator error from job selections.