CO2 laser marking and coding device D320i
for the food industryfor cardboard boxesfor the beverage industry

CO2 laser marking and coding device
CO2 laser marking and coding device
CO2 laser marking and coding device
CO2 laser marking and coding device
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Characteristics

Technique
CO2 laser
Applications
for the food industry, for cardboard boxes, for the beverage industry, for plastics, for bars
Other characteristics
compact, high-speed, modular, portable

Description

A coding and marking solution that is designed to fit in limited spaces and integrate into a variety of production lines The compact D320i laser delivers improved performance and multiple lines of text at 1500 characters per second. With the smaller, adjustable i-Tech scanhead, flexible connectivity and familiar interface, this dynamic machine is used in diverse packaging and processing lines, from state-of-the-art beverage fillers to toughened glass production. And because it has separate components – as a result of its i-Tech modular design – you’ll find it’s professionally installed with the help of Domino’s project team. Continuous printing on fast paced production lines is achieved through features such as our patented, optional i-Tech RapidScan technology. This powerful machine can print on a wide variety of substrates, and proves that good things can come in smaller packages. Ideal for harsh factory environments, the D-Series offers an IP65 rating across all the i-Tech modules. COMPACT SIZE FOR EASY INTEGRATION (D320I) Weight and dimensions: 22kg, 776 x 140 x 180mm HIGH PERFORMANCE Unlimited lines of text in any orientation, in many fonts and sizes FASTER WITHOUT COMPROMISE The i-Tech scan head is the fastest of its kind PEACE OF MIND Robust, reliable controller stores message data without the need for a hard drive

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