You always want to make an educated decision, especially when it comes to your business. While there are numerous areas of your business you can better educate yourself on, looking into the industrial aspects of marking and coding might just be beneficial. If you already have printing in your manufacturing or production line and want to make sure you are going about it in the most efficient and successful way, or if you are looking to stop outsourcing and bring this aspect of the business back in-house, you have come to the right place. Here are some inkjet printing basics—specifically continuous inkjet (CIJ) vs. thermal inkjet (TIJ) — to better educate you on the topic.
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We partner with Overby Inkjet Solutions for a reason
I have known and worked with Todd and Jeff Overby for almost two decades - it's a relationship that predates when I first started Sneed Coding Solutions, Inc. There's a reason I decided to continue working with them when I started the company and it's a simple one. Quality. The OIS (Overby Inkjet Solutions) sticker on the front of a refurbished Videojet® inkjet coder has become synonymous with quality across the industry.