Laser-marking system

Oct. 11, 2007
The Videojet 3430 combines high-speed coding and 50 W of laser power for beverage, brewing, food, packaging, and extrusion lines.

The IP65- rated housing handles dirty, wet environments. The articulated arm and small marking head suit tight productionline areas. Up to 2,000 characters/sec and line speeds of 50 fps are possible. The laser works on any production line and can move to different lines as needs change. Microsoft Windows-based SmartGraph provides password-protected security. The system uses no inks, solvents, or compressed air.

Videojet Technologies Inc., 1500 Mittel Blvd., Wood Dale, IL 60191, (800) 843-3610, videojet.com

Videojet 3430

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