A new laser-marking system provides high-speed coding with 50W of power in a mobile unit that can operate in dirty and wet environments. The Videojet 3430 from Videojet Technologies Inc., Wood Dale, Ill., has an articulated arm and small marking head that facilitate integration in tight production areas. This unit is said to have the power to mark almost any plastic, including PET, LLDPE, HDPE, PP, PVC, and rubber. With marking speeds up to 2000 characters/sec at line speeds up to 50 ft/sec, "No other laser coder provides such high data throughput and permanent, crisp marks without degradation of code clarity," says Dr. Dietmar Gnass, director of R&D. Tel: (800) 843-3610 . www.videojet.com
Videojet a divison of Marconi
1500 Mittel Blvd. Wood Dale, IL 60191-1073
Phone (630) 860-7300 Fax (630) 616-3623
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