The ink in LEIBINGER inkjet printers does not dry out

LEIBINGER at Tube and Wire with camera systems and small character inkjet printers

Tuttlingen, (PresseBox) - Marking & coding specialist Paul LEIBINGER is presenting its series JET3 and JET2neo of industrial inkjet printer with integrated automated "Sealtronic" nozzle seal at the Tube and Wire trade shows in Düsseldorf. This unique technology prevents the ink in a printer from drying out even during prolonged breaks in production. Visitors to the Wire trade show can see how "Sealtronic" works in live demonstrations from April 7th to 11th, 2014 in Hall 9 at Booth F55. The booth will also feature information on the LEIBINGER camera system LKS 5, which checks printouts and creates job logs.

The automated "Sealtronic" nozzle seal allows Paul Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG to meet the highest standards of reliability for industrial inkjet printers. Using the Sealtronic system, the nozzle and gutter form an airtight circuit whenever the printer is not being used for coding. No ink can leak out of the circuit and no air can get in. This keeps the ink fluid at all times - just like a sealed paint can - and the CIJ printer is always ready to go. Just a single push of a button starts the LEIBINGER printer, and it is ready to print in less than a minute. All LEIBINGER small character inkjet printers from the JET3 and JET2neo series come standard with the automated "Sealtronic" nozzle seal! Two particular variants of the JET3 series are ideal for Tube and Wire trade show visitors, who code products made from plastic, rubber, wire or metal: The JET3pi works perfectly with contrast inks, which are frequently necessary for printing light colors on dark substrates. The JET3mi lets you print incredibly small print images.

In addition to the "Sealtronic" nozzle seal, professional visitors at the LEIBINGER trade show booth can learn about the specific benefits inkjet printers can provide for the cable and wire industry. The LEIBINGER JET3 is in a position to take over control of upstream and downstream units. The Speed Dependent Output function allows the printer to control aspects such as plasma pretreatment for cable coding based on production speed. If the production speed of the extrusion line drops below a specified value, the JET3 printer automatically switches off the plasma unit until the line returns to a higher production speed.

LEIBINGER inkjet coders can print on any conceivable products such as cables, wires, miscellaneous extruded and injection molded parts and materials, no matter whether the surfaces are flat, rough or convex. Imprinting is based on the continuous inkjet principle: No contact during ongoing production while using quick-drying inks. Sample patterns and patterns brought by customers will be printed at the trade show booth.

The LEIBINGER camera system LKS 5 is a versatile verification system for a multitude of uses and is also being presented at the Tube and Wire trade shows in Düsseldorf. The LKS 5 reads and checks both fixed and variable data, text segments and barcodes. Job logging, which can serve as verification during production, is available as an option. Visitors to the LEIBINGER booth can see in person how a cable on a winder is labeled by inkjet printers on the fly with the imprint checked by a camera system immediately afterwards. The LKS 5 image processing system excels at checking inkjet labels with the utmost reliability. Close cooperation by Research and Development within the company while further developing LEIBINGER camera systems and inkjet printers makes this possible. The LKS 5 can also be used to read bright text on dark backgrounds.

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Paul Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG

Paul Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG offers integrated solutions for product labeling and verification. The company has been in the business of developing industrial ink-jet printers, numbering machines and camera systems for the monitoring of a smooth production process for several decades at its Tuttlingen location. Its 'made in Germany' manufacturing guarantees high quality and a reliable service. The third generation, family owned and managed company currently employs 200 employees at its Tuttlingen location as well as 15 employees at its branch in East Troy/USA.

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