The new Linx laser coders are more intuitive - easy to use, with the new LinxVision colour touch screen, incorporating a large WYSIWYG display for simple operation. The LinxVision operating system features an eye-catching, easy to use 10.1 inch LCD colour touch screen. The interface features software specially designed for touch screen operation, with large icons for intuitive, effortless control, editing and status reporting. The Linx SL102 and SL302 can alternatively be operated via a PC or network.
Linx QuadMark allows complete control of up to four laser coders on the same network from a single location, ideal for larger sites with multiple lasers and helping to save time and cost, whilst minimising the chances of coding errors.
Also on show the Linx IJ355 high definition case coder offers a cost-effective, easy to use alternative to other large character printers, and to the labelling or pre-printing of secondary packaging.
The innovative ReFRESH ink system, robust design, and printhead protection technology mean significantly reduced downtime and savings on consumables. The ReFRESH system maintains premium print quality and also avoids wasted ink during printhead cleaning, thus saving time and money ordinarily wasted on purging procedures. Ink and dust that collect on the nozzles are removed with an ink purge and air knife, then ink from this procedure is collected, passed through a high performance filter to remove impurities from the system, and delivered back ready for printing.
Additional products on display will be the award-winning Linx CJ400 and Linx 7900 continuous ink jet printers and the Linx TT5 thermal transfer overprinter.
And visitors can plan their visit to the Linx stand in advance at the dedicated microsite, www.linxatpackexpo.com which will also contain all the post-show information needed to help make a purchase.