Coding, marking and labeling systems often form the end of the production chain for goods of all kinds. On the one hand, legal obligations must be met, such as the indication of best-before dates or regions of origin for foods, on the other hand they serve to optimize logistics or provide consumer information. Serial numbers and notes on further information are also increasingly being affixed directly to the products or their packaging using a labeling system.
Today, on a large industrial scale, labeling systems are mostly integrated directly into the assembly line systems of production themselves, so they are an integral part of these systems. A change in production or changing forms of packaging can quickly lead to problems.
With smaller production quantities or in the manual sector, the subject of lettering quickly becomes an organizational and economic problem. The acquisition of expensive systems simply hardly pays off here and the available space is usually very limited. Labels or even handwritten information often replace sensible automation and thereby hinder further growth. However, a meaningful industrial labeling, coding and marking system is no longer necessarily a large, bulky machine, but comes in many forms. Our NasaJet® labeling systems are representative of these modern helpers, which also allow smaller companies to implement the topic of labeling and coding cleanly. Our systems are also a good alternative for the trades and logistics sectors.
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Inkjet pistols are ideal when it comes to printing smaller series of products or packaging (cardboard, wood, plastic film, ...) quickly, effectively and inexpensively. In contrast to permanently installed labeling systems, the printing location can always be adjusted manually if this is necessary due to the nature of the object to be printed (e.g. knotholes in pallets, patterns in stone slabs, discoloration on concrete parts, ...) when the objects cannot be processed on the assembly line (Euro pallets, ...) or the printing location is in a difficult-to-access area (inside of concrete elements, ...) The use of the hand printer can be learned quickly and the available battery life is now long enough even for larger labeling processes.
The NasaJet® hand printer are the right choice if you are looking for a flexible and economical labeling system. In the warehouse, in production or in the shop, the mobile handheld printer can quickly and inexpensively provide everything with any data or simple graphics. The printer can also be used for advertising purposes or in handicrafts. The proven inkjet principle is suitable for almost all solid materials, be it metal, wood, stone, plastic or, of course, just paper and cardboard. With the comparatively low purchase price and the robust technology, the portable NasaJet® labeling system is perfect for continuous commercial use. The range of functions - multi-line printing, printing of images, barcodes or sequential numbers - is in no way inferior to much more expensive competing products. The required print templates are easily and conveniently created and saved directly on the device using the built-in touchscreen.
With the NasaJet® NJ-2000, we can offer a professional yet economical labeling system for larger and growing production quantities. The separate control and printing units of the NasaJet® NJ-2000 can be quickly and easily integrated into existing productions. A maximum printing speed of up to 60m per minute is possible. The printing units can be positioned flexibly and thus allow simultaneous printing from different sides.
Even complex print templates can be created in the control unit directly via the built-in touchscreen. The labeling system enables information such as expiry dates, serial numbers or barcodes to be printed. And the labeling costs remain economical.We would be happy to answer all your questions about our NasaJet® labeling system or to show you the NasaJet® in person.
A handheld marking system like the NasaJet® works on the inkjet principle. The print head does not have to touch the carrier material. This means that any, even irregular surfaces and even curved bodies , can be printed. Only the appropriate ink has to be used for the material to be printed on.
Nearly all handheld printers allow the printing of freely definable barcodes (or QR codes) in addition to the printing of text. Higher-quality devices also print monochrome graphics.
The data to be printed is usually created directly on the touchscreen in the device and stored in its memory.