Seven Marking Systems Controlled Simultaneously by Proprietary Software
Display to include three laser inscribing technologies, 1 Drop-on-Demand (DOD), and three thermal ink jet (TIJ) systems.
Matthews Marking Systems, a Matthews International Company and global supplier of industrial printing equipment, will be showcasing a variety of systems for the plastics industry at NPE2018.
Matthews Marking Systems provides marking and coding solutions for plastic applications of all kinds. In total, there will be seven marking system demonstrations being held at the booth: three laser inscribing technologies, one Drop-on-Demand (DOD), and three thermal ink jet (TIJ) technologies. All seven systems will be controlled by the MPREIA software at the same time.
To further exhibit the diversity of Matthews’ products, each station will be printing, coding or marking on a variety of applications that are specific to different plastic substrates. Matthews Marking Systems will be in booth #W8263 in the West Hall on level 2.
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