Packaging Technology for Handheld Printer and Inkjet Coding and Marking products. We specialize in the EBS HandJet Printers and Sojet V1H Inkjet Coders and the Continuous Inkjet Printer from Linx. The RN Mark 7 is our Packaging Labeling Printing System for direct carton Decoration.
Since 1962, we serve and support clients that use our Industrial Inkjet Printers in every state of the U.S.A. and worldwide.
Squid Ink is a leading manufacturer of coding and marking systems for product identification and traceability, providing superior quality inks and low-maintenance printing equipment. Products include a complete line of hi-res piezo printing systems, CIJ (continuous ink jet) printing systems, TIJ (thermal inkjet) printing systems, DOD (drop-on-demand) printing systems, laser coders, and an entire library of inks and inkjet fluids. Squid Ink printers and inks are designed to print the highest quality bar codes, batch numbers, date codes, logos, and large or small character text, directly onto corrugated cases, plastics, metals, glass, wood, and other substrates.
The Handheld Inkjet Printer has continued to gain popularity for Inkjet Coding and Marking tasks in virtually all Industrial Packaging and the overall Packaging and Labeling Industry. We specialize in the jetStamp 790MP Handheld Inkjet Printer for Best Before Date Stamp coding and Sojet V1H Inkjet Coder for Shift Codes, Counters, Logos and Barcode Printing. The TouchJet TWO Label Maker Handheld Portable Printer, for printing Large Labeling of text, logos and barcodes directly on any substrate....without the adhesive labels.
For a low cost Date Code Printer, our budget friendly QuikJet Handheld Inkjet Printers are perfect for Stand Up Pouches and Date Codes on Bottles.
Since 1962, we serve and support clients that use our Handheld Inkjet Printers and Printing Solutions in every state of the U.S.A. and worldwide.
Testing Inks & Pens, Contact Angle Measurements – Surface Tension Testing for Metal Cleanliness or Plastic Substrates. Surface energy is one decisive criterion for the adhesion of printing ink, glue, varnish, etc. on many plastic and metal surfaces. Apart from some exceptions the general rule is: The higher the surface energy of a material, the better the adhesion of anything meant to be fixed to its surface. Reasons for a low surface energy might be material specific, such as low surface energies thus needing chemical or physical treatment to achieve a good adhesion. Also, contamination of the surface might be a reason for a low surface energy such as grease, oil, fingerprints or migrated additives in plastics. All the same, testing the surfaces for surface tension with these inks makes for a quick and easy method of inline operator testing, catching these discrepancies which can impact the quality of the products.