Linx-pigmented inks offer a durable option for coding on plastic bottle. Moreover, these printers can print batch numbers and expiry dates on various colored plastics. Indeed specializes in polyethylene (PE or PET), polypropylene (PP or OPP), PVC, and Nylon. These inks maintain clarity for years, even when exposed to daylight.
Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) Printers for Coding on Plastic Bottles
CIJ printers became popular for coding on plastic bottles because they can print directly on moving products on a production line. They offer high-quality, durable prints and can handle curved surfaces of various bottle materials, including glass, plastic, and metal. CIJ printers are suitable for high-speed production lines.
TIJ coding printers use heat to eject ink droplets from nozzles onto the plastic bottle surface. They produce high-resolution prints and are suitable for applications requiring fine details or smaller text. TIJ bottle coding printers work well on various materials and can provide high-quality codes even at lower production speeds.
Laser marking is a non-contact method that uses a focused laser beam for coding on plastic bottle. This method offers high precision, durability, and flexibility, making it ideal for marking logos, barcodes, and other intricate designs. Laser marking machines work well on both glass and plastic bottles.
Linx Inkjet coding solutions allow manufacturers to print on plastic bottles easily. Moreover, Linx CIJ is capable of printing multiple line characters at a high-speed production line. Inkjet printers have more preference over laser marking machines in the plastic bottle industry. Considering the aspect of plastic getting damaged over high-intensity of heating through laser. Most of industries prefer black ink coding on bottles as the standard color. But at Linx, we have a variety of ink and fluids for catering to all the needs of the industrial market.