Cost-effective and flexible printing system brings freedom for non-permanent marking: Latest Ink-Jet Technology trends

In Ophthalmic RX production process exist some steps where a permanent engraving would not be qualified. Here the ink marking has been proven to be the proper process.

Ophthalmic Inkjet System microJET
(PresseBox) ( Wessling, )
The usual pad-printing technique shows a number of disadvantages, especially on hydrophobic and super-hydrophobic surfaces. The new microJET-technology gets rid of these problems, and based on the Ink-Jet-Principe it leads to an attractive way out of existing limitations.

The microJET systems are even available on a round table platform. As a result the throughput is much higher due to the parallel running process steps and variable clock cycles.

Further on the free round table stations are designed to carry measurement- and inspection modules as well as laser engraving technologies and individual customised components. These extensions expand the microJET systems to highest flexibility and make it adaptable to any individual RX lab environment.
This reasonable and high resolution non contact printing technology for permanent as well as temporary printing has been developed from Laser 2000 GmbH in cooperation with 3D-Micromac AG. It is patent pending and has become a trendsetter within the last two years.
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