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Correct Pack UV Laser Printer on PVC Pipe for Chemical Building

September 21, 2022
Correct Pack UV Laser Printer on PVC Pipe for Chemical Building

Correct Pack UV Laser Printer on PVC Pipe for Chemical Building

The UV series UV flflying laser marking machine is a high-speed continuous marking model designed to improve productivity. It uses JPT industrial-grade solid-state UV laser source which is with good beam quality and high reliability; The marking speed of the  production line is up to 200 m/min ( Single-line 2MM-high numbers and letters), it provides high-speed and high-yield application  identifification requirements,mainly for production date, anti-counterfeiting, medical and food packaging industries. 

This model  supports functions such as automatic encoding, serial number, batch number, date, barcode, 2D code,automatic number skipping,  etc., to meet the needs of customers in different industries. UV series flflying laser marking machine are widely used in various pipes, plastic fifilms, plastic bottle caps and other materials like PPR, PVC, PE, etc. It is widely used in the production of food and beverage packaging, alcohol, dairy products, electronic components,  medicine, personal care products, tobacco, chemical building materials and other fifields, marking of expiration dates, batch numbers,  shifts, manufacturer names and logos and other graphics and text.

Correct Pack designed Flying Series Laser Printer is based on well marketing experience, which is a good solution on pharmacy, beverage & drinking package, food package, cable & plastic pipe and other application. the printer with well compact and integration to suit to integrate in complicated or single manufacturing lines.

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