In retail, trade or industry, something always has to be labeled or marked - packages, boxes, letters, products and much more. Classically, you can help yourself with expensive and cumbersome labels or stamps. However, this is only very poorly suited for dynamic and quickly exchangeable labeling.
A modern mobile inkjet marking system is actually just a portable printer. In principle, inkjet devices are suitable here preferably. The portable marking and labeling device combines an inkjet printer with a handle. The ink outlet port then becomes simple guided by hand along the object to be labeled and the printing process starts with a button or a switch.
The print templates are usually conveniently created on an integrated touchscreen and stored in the device memory itself. In addition to text, barcodes, QR codes or graphics can also be printed. The great strength of these mobile marking devices is of course the creation of dynamic lettering. For example dates, times, expiry dates or serial numbers can be automatically generated directly during the printing process. This saves a lot of time, especially in shipping and in the warehouse since new print templates do not have to be created all the time.
Our NasaJet® marking device is a cost-effective and robust solution for use in trade, industry and commerce. The lightweight housing, the long battery life and the intuitive user interface help to speed up long processes and workflows. The use of standardized HP ink cartridges also ensures continuous and inexpensive availability of refill ink.
Our marking and coding device is suitable for writing on almost all substrates and surfaces. The following videos show the NasaJet®
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.
Most handhelf marking devices use standard ink cartridges ( mostly from HP ), because these are the most used.
The data to be printed is usually created directly on the touchscreen in the device and stored in its memory.