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Is Inkjet Part Marking Right for You?

Posted by Charles Collins on Sep 10, 2021 8:41:00 AM

It is not the most glamorous part of manufacturing, but it is necessary in many cases. Part marking is the process where manufacturers tag individual parts with information, so if needed, you can easily identify them. In doing so, you can trace the parts back to them for recall or other purposes.

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Topics: Part stamp, part marking, portable part marker, handheld part marker

What Expiration Dates Really Mean

Posted by Cecilia Barcenas on Sep 8, 2021 8:31:00 AM

Very often, our grocery store products come with various expiration dates and numbers. There are so many that it can be difficult to tell which ones reveal the safety information we want. This article on what expiration dates really mean will hopefully help clear up some of the mystery.

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Topics: Inkjet Coding, Date coding, inkjet coder, date code, thermal inkjet coding, date coder, Expiry Date, Expiration Date

Why Is Date Coding Required?

Posted by Cecilia Barcenas on Sep 1, 2021 9:15:00 AM

To answer the question, “Why is date coding required?” we should explore how food manufacturers work with different stakeholders. When it comes to date coding, manufacturers must live up to the standards set by the government, their industry, and their consumers. By comparing how these influences create the date codes we see on our products today, we can better understand why they are required.

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Topics: Inkjet Coding, Date coding, inkjet coder, date code, date coder

What Is Inkjet Lot Coding?

Posted by Cecilia Barcenas on Aug 26, 2021 10:54:00 AM

People who don’t know the answer to “What is inkjet lot coding?” should at the very least understand it is a system that allows companies to trace groups of the same product in the event of a recall. But, for those who want to dig a little deeper, there’s far more to learn about this subject.

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Topics: Coding & Marking, Inkjet Coding, lot coding, coding and marking, thermal inkjet coding, Lot code

What Is Inkjet Date Coding?

Posted by Cecilia Barcenas on Aug 16, 2021 9:15:00 AM

The world of packaging and labeling can get overwhelming for some business owners and managers. Thankfully, there are resources to help guide them through whatever confusion they might encounter. Inkjet date coding, in particular, is an area that people need to be educated about. So, read on to discover the answer to, “What is inkjet date coding?”

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Topics: Inkjet Coding, Date coding, date code, thermal inkjet coding, date coder

Why It’s Important To Have Lot Codes

Posted by Charles Collins on Jul 14, 2021 10:26:00 AM

Lot coding is a simple but extremely helpful concept. Essentially, a manufacturer will mark each batch of a product with a code that differentiates it from the other batches. Sometimes, they base these numbers on a certain time that the batches were produced or a particular feature that makes them different from previous iterations. Whatever the system behind it, companies can use the lot coding system to trace their products back to their source, an invaluable feature in the event of a recall or any other reason to track down large quantities of a product.

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Topics: lot coding, Lot code

What Is Lot Coding?

Posted by Charles Collins on Jul 12, 2021 10:24:00 AM

Many business owners and managers want to know what is lot coding to learn about the system’s purpose and inner workings. Understanding lot coding is a step in the right direction for any company that feels they need to consolidate and really consider how to manage their products.

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Topics: lot coding, batch coding

Why Is Batch Coding Required

Posted by Cecilia Barcenas on Jul 8, 2021 10:22:00 AM

Batch coding, also known as lot coding, is a process by which companies use marking and coding equipment to put the same identifiable number on product packages that share the same characteristics with each other. By putting the same number on a group of units, they are creating a “batch.” Using this method, businesses have a leg up when handling recall efforts, developing their own internal quality assurance process, and adhering to legal compliance.

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Topics: lot coding, batch coding

Handheld Solutions for Lot Coding

Posted by Richard Turner on Jul 6, 2021 10:19:00 AM

Though lot coding can feel like an overbearing chore that companies must put up with, now is actually an exciting time to get more involved with the subject. With the advent of handheld solutions for lot coding, we can print faster and more conveniently than ever before. While traditional printers are bulky and full of wires, these handheld solutions are portable and easy to use. Though this article will focus primarily on handheld inkjet printers, all the options have advantages that are well worth your consideration.

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Topics: Handheld inkjet, Handheld coder, lot coding, Portable Handheld Inkjet Printer, Lot code

What Are Inkjet Conveyor Printers Used For?

Posted by Richard Turner on Jul 2, 2021 10:13:00 AM

If you have a large number of product items that require barcodes, lot numbers, graphicss, or other printed information, you could benefit from an inkjet conveyor printer. These handy machines are set in one location on a warehouse or factory floor. From that station, workers slide product units onto the conveyor and watch it print the desired information, one after another. Read along to learn more about what are inkjet conveyor printers used for.

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Topics: Coding & Marking, Inkjet Coding, coding and marking, conveyor coding

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