Efficiency is essential when it comes to bulk coding on glass bottles. This is where inkjet coding and laser marking come in. With the use of continuous inkjet technology, printing onto glass bottles can be done at lightning speed without sacrificing precision. On the other hand, inkless laser coding uses etching and engraving technology to create characters on the surface of the glass. Both methods are perfect for glass bottle coding. Moreover, it can print important information like expiry dates and batch codes, making it easy to keep up with production demands. When it comes to high-speed production lines, Linx printers are the perfect choice for accurate and efficient printing on glass bottles.
Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) Printers for Glass bottle coding
CIJ printers specialize in coding on glass bottles because they can print directly on moving products on a production line. They offer high-quality, durable prints and can handle the curved surfaces of glass bottles. Choose an ink specifically designed for glass surfaces to ensure proper adhesion and durability.
TIJ coding printers use heat to eject ink droplets from nozzles onto the glass bottle surface. They produce high-resolution prints and are suitable for applications requiring fine details or smaller text. As with CIJ printers, select an ink that is compatible with glass surfaces for optimal results.
Laser marking is a non-contact method that uses a focused laser beam for coding on the surface of glass bottles. This method provides high precision and durability, making it ideal for marking expiration dates. CO2 or UV lasers specialize in marking on glass bottle surfaces. Indeed, they offer excellent contrast and minimal damage to the substrate. Linx fiber laser can quickly provide etching and engraving of character on glass bottles. Moreover, these printers specialize in coding at high-speed production lines.