Videojet lázza on the highest thermal transfer coder

Videojet knows that manufacturers demand a reliable and adaptable solution that helps ensure that codes are printed correctly and accurately, over and over again. The Videojet TTO 6230 encoder is designed to meet these needs and offers a solution that offers an exceptional user experience with coding guarantee.

Utilizing the latest advances in Videojet technology, the 6230 coder features a simple cassette design that allows for long production runs. Its 700 m tape length is much longer than the tapes that are normally used for heat printing coders and requires less ribbon changes compared to other competitive TTO systems.

This helps maximize production time, and when a tape change is necessary, the 6230 coder makes it easy and safe. The simple maintenance of the 6230 coder helps offer a low cost of ownership that is a leader in the sector.

In addition, the design of the coder without the need for air not only eliminates the need for compressed air, but also has fewer wear parts due to the exclusion of air hoses and their connectors. The components of the coder are quick and easy to change, which ensure that customers get up and running as quickly as possible.

The unique print head is also designed to achieve maximum uptime, as it is easy to change and does not require any additional operator intervention to return to print functionality.

“Manufacturers lack the flexibility to choose how they want to run their thermal transfer coder,” explains Heidi Wright, director of the TTO business unit at Videojet Technologies. “With an intuitive 5″ color touch screen and one-touch job selection feature, the Videojet 6230 is easy to operate and an ideal solution for manufacturers wishing to migrate from heat-printing technology.

In addition, the Videojet 6230 encoder offers manufacturers multiple alternative options to the touch screen user interface to choose how to work with your encoder, including control through an Android phone. ”

The coding guarantee is included with the 6230 coding machine. Manufacturers can benefit from these simple code creation tools with VideojetConnect ™ Design or CLARiSOFT ™ design software, which help reduce operator interactions resulting in fewer user errors, unnecessary product wastes and repetitions.

The WYSIWYG print preview functionality allows operators to confirm that the correct code has been selected, and a real-time clock mark avoids date errors, which helps reduce the risk of product recalls.

Available with the optional Bluetooth® feature and using the compatible Bluetooth USB adapter, the 6230 printer can also be controlled from an Android phone instead of via the HMI. If you activate this function, manufacturers can use an Android phone with operating system 4.4.4 or higher as a user interface, a USB memory drive to transfer jobs and a bar code job selection functionality.

This simplifies the interaction on the part of the operator with the printer and the production line. Wright concludes: “Videojet continues to invest in product research and development, and we are very pleased that this new thermal transfer coder offers manufacturers a solution to help reduce coding mistakes in exible packaging and improve total cost proprietary”.