Product Labels with InkJet at PackExpo2019

Pack Expo Las Vegas is officially in the books.

America’s largest packaging show of the year pulled in a record 31,000 attendees (up 15% from 2017) and 2,000 suppliers over a three day period. The exhibit space was stretched across 3 buildings and 900,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Product Labels with InkJet Technology

One of the emerging packaging trends we witnessed was the imprinting of product labels using HP inkjet technology. In this example, the customer used an unwind / rewind label transport system to add cannabis product information on a blank section of pre-printed label stock. The print quality is adjustable up to 600 dpi, and uses either black or spot color ink. Print speeds range up to 90 meters per minute at 360 dpi.

Save Money, Reduce Labor

The label imprinting solution is compelling for several reasons. First and foremost, HP inkjet coding technology can save manufacturers thousands of dollars on labor each year, while increasing total productivity. Additional savings come from print and supplies costs. The incremental cost of imprinting is negligible compared to other labeling options.

Furthermore, the compact design and small footprint associated with HP inkjet technology – and Markoprint® in particular – allows for its integration on a variety of packaging machinery, including labeling systems, feeders, Form Fill Seal, egg packers and much more. For companies who simply need to print on labels, the reel-to-reel label transport system accommodates one or more Markoprint coders.

At Case Printing Solutions, we help customers optimize their investment with industrial inkjet coding systems. Whether you’re running a high-speed packaging operation or a small coding line, CASE can help. Call or email us for assistance to: (1) troubleshoot your inkjet printer, (2) implement a bulk ink system, (3) buy & save when purchasing original and remanufactured HP ink products, (4) rebuild your print system and thereby extend its useful life, and (5) upgrade to a new print system.