The new eMark laser coder, available from Matthews Intelligent Identification , is suitable for low volume manufacturers who want the benefits of laser coding at an economical price.
- Key facts of the eMark laser coder:
Most economical vector laser system on the market for permanent marking/coding
Ideal for use in food, beverage and pharmaceuticals
High quality vector codes in stationary and ‘on the fly’ operation
- Capable of all types of marks
- Easily integrated with new and existing production lines
- Simple local and remote system control
- Can code onto a range of substrates, including coated paper, cardboard, PVC, PET and coated metal
The Solaris eMark is an entry-level laser coding package, released by Matthews Intelligent Identification in Australia.
This laser, an affordable system in one compact package, is ideal for marking various food, beverage and pharmaceutical materials.
According to Matt Nichol, a laser specialist with Matthews Intelligent Identification, the eMark is suitable for the low-end user. Businesses who have found the eMark useful are small enterprises, up to medium-sized ones, who have slow to medium applications but want the benefits that laser technology offers. A key benefit of lasers is that they are easy to use and easy for small to medium-sized businesses to integrate. Lasers do not need consumables or ongoing maintenance.
This latest addition to Matthews Intelligent Identification's laser range makes laser coding more accessible for small businesses.
The new eMark can code onto a host of substrates, including coated paper and cardboard, PVC, PET, general plastics and coated metal. It’s capable of vector-quality codes in stationery and ‘on the fly’ operation and can reproduce all types of marks: alphanumerical texts — such as dates and times — serial numbers, bar codes, 2D codes and graphics. Multiple I/O signals and field-configurable beam exit direction mean that the Solaris eMark is easily integrated into new or existing production lines. It has a simple local and remote system control via USB, network and WiFi module.