ID Technology offers a diverse line of products that include label printers, label printer applicators, laser coding & marking systems, thermal inkjet (TIJ) printers, continuous inkjet printers (CIJ), and thermal transfer overprinters (TTO).
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Laser Coding & Marking Systems
Macsa ID is a leader in coding and marking lasers to meet the identification and traceability needs of the packaging industry worldwide. They offer a wide range of lasers solutions that support a variety of industries, including the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, healthcare, personal care, cosmetics, automotive, aeronautics, defense, and construction materials.
Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) Coding Systems
Simple, reliable non-contact way to code plastic, metal, paper, wood, glass, or other product substrates at high speeds, with one to five lines of high-quality text, graphics, and barcodes. Citronix CIJ printers are found in the most demanding coding and marking applications across industries such as food and beverage, cable and wire, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, healthcare, electronics, automotive, construction, and other industrial sectors.
ProSeries InkJet Printers
Print text, graphics, and GS1 GTIN barcodes to corrugated shipping cases and other porous products, reducing or eliminating the need for pre-printed materials in your inventory. Excellent print and barcode quality – up to 4 inches in width, or 8 inches with a pair of printheads – and low cost per print make this technology ideal for many secondary packaging applications in almost any industry.
ID Technology Label Production Facilities
Our seven label production plants are strategically located in California, Georgia, New Hampshire, Texas, Wisconsin, Edmonton, and Toronto. So we produce and inventory labels closer to you, equating to cost savings on shipping, shorter transport times so you receive the “freshest” possible labels, and a reduction in our overall carbon footprint for a positive impact to the environment.
Our state-of-the-art production provides quality stock and custom labels, no matter your need:
- Flexographic printing, up to 10 colors
- Synthetic labels for high technology products or harsh environments
- High volume production of blank and shell labels
- Digital labels via HP Indigo systems
- Hybrid printing – flexographic presses with digital heads
- Warehouse/barcode labels for variable data and barcodes
- RFID labels
Visit our labeling microsite for more information on our label production and design capabilities
EPI engineers and manufactures pressure-sensitive label applicators and label printer applicators that apply primary, secondary, and reclosable labels to numerous types of packaging, including those for the largest consumer snack food and bakery brands in North America.
Whether a standalone application or custom solution, these innovative labeling systems integrate easily with your new or existing bagging or wrapping equipment to apply any type of label to pouches, coffee bags, pillow bags, horizontal/flow packaging, and more. Additionally, our engineered label applicator systems are designed to apply labels to the front, top, and/or bottom of all types of containers and packages, in motion and with conveyors fully integrated.
Panther engineers, manufactures, and installs a complete range of labeling automation solutions that help companies eliminate manual and legacy processes to increase throughput and reduce expenses. Whether customers are labeling cartons, pallets, bottles, or bags, our intelligent and integrated labeling automation solutions are ideal for food, beverage, pharmaceutical, medical device, industrial, and consumer packaged goods applications.
Panther’s print and apply and pre-printed label applicator systems are especially tailored to meet the demanding needs of e-commerce and other fast-moving industries that utilize warehouse, distribution, fulfillment centers, or third-party logistics (3PL) operations. Our adaptive applicators automatically adjust to carton or pallet heights while items are in motion to provide labeling solutions that range from economical entry-level systems for low volume operations to all-electric high-speed systems capable of supporting complex supply chain management operations.
Greydon produces solutions for high quality printing of content or information directly onto medical devices or pharmaceutical products and packaging. Digital printers, flexographic rotary printers, thermal transfer printers, thermal inkjet printers, and wet ink reciprocating imprinters – in standard or custom options.
Solutions include advanced high-speed digital printing systems for a fully digital workflow to handle multiple SKUs and short production runs inherent in today’s modern packaging lines. With traversing and inline printing capabilities, versatile mounting options, and scalable designs, our solutions can print graphics directly onto packaging substrates and interface with serialization and manufacturing software to ensure complete UDI and DSCSA compliance—compatible with both GS1 and HIBCC standards.
Greydon also provides additional coding solutions including wet ink code daters, reciprocating imprinters, thermal transfer overprinters (TTO), thermal inkjet (TIJ) printers, continuous inkjet (CIJ) printers, and flexographic rotary printers, giving you a wide range of options to address your unique coding challenges.
Specializing in thermal inkjet (TIJ) printing, Code Tech provides date coding, track and trace, serialization, and anti-counterfeiting solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical device, food and beverage, protein, building materials, and consumer product industries.
Code Tech printers feature a single disposable cartridge with printheads built directly into the cartridge for an all-in-one solution that can run both solvent-based and water-based inks. These utilized inks can be powered by either HP® or Funai Electric inkjet technology, with UV readable, UV curable, and food grade options available.
From printing dates onto metal cans and batch codes onto plastic sleeves, to printing entire ingredient declarations onto polybags, our solutions print both large and small characters cleanly on virtually any substrate with minimal mess, maintenance, and downtime while achieving high speeds and resolution. This versatility allows for simplified integration with other packaging machinery such as conveyors, baggers, wrappers, cartoners, tapers, and more.