Linx Printing Technologies has launched a new range of scribing laser coders offering the better production line solutions with no compromise on quality
The 10w Linx SL102 is suitable for users with a fast line and simple code requirements, or a slow line with a more complex code. It offers the flexible solution for coding onto a wide range of materials.
According to the company, its 30w Linx SL302 laser coder produces coding for complex codes on fast lines, even on hard-to-mark materials.
Both the Linx SL102 and SL302 coders can alternatively be operated through a PC or network.
Another coder in the new range is the Linx QuadMark, which allows complete control of up to four laser coders on the same network from a single location.
The coder is suitable for larger sites with multiple lasers and helps to save time and cost, while reducing the chances of coding errors.
Linx product manager Dan Levitzky said the range offers the option to code a wide range of substrates on the challenging of production lines.
"Elements such as the head, lens, tube, marking field and spot size are adjusted to produce the best code for the substrate at the customer’s line speed," Levitzky added.