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Method of providing coding instructions to a printer

A method of providing coding instructions to a printer includes creating artwork design for a package and creating coding instructions associated with the artwork design, the coding instructions for printing a code on the package. The coding instructions are associated with the artwork design and transferred to a remote storage location. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Labelling machine and method for its operation

A gap sensor assembly for a labelling machine, the labelling machine configured to convey label web along a web path. The gap sensor assembly comprises a roller configured to guide the label web along the web path, and a sensor arrangement configured to produce a sensor signal which is a function of a property of a portion of label web. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Thermal ink jet ink composition with additive

A thermal ink jet ink composition include a volatile organic solvent, a binder resin, a dye, a humectant in an amount from 1% to 40% by weight of the ink composition, and an additive for extending the decap time. The additive is present in an amount greater than 0.1% by weight of the thermal ink jet ink composition. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Printer and method

A method of operating a thermal transfer printer, the thermal transfer printer comprising first and second spool supports (3a, 4a) each being configured to support a spool of ribbon (3,4); a ribbon drive (3b, 4b) configured to cause movement of ribbon from the first spool support to the second spool support along a predetermined ribbon path; and a printhead (7). The printhead (7) is moveable towards and away from a printing surface, and, during printing, is configured to selectively transfer ink from the ribbon to a substrate as the substrate and printhead are moved relative to one another at a print speed (v-substrate). ... Videojet Technologies Inc

A machine and method for its operation

A labelling machine comprises a supply spool support for supporting a supply spool comprising label stock; a take-up spool support adapted to take up a portion of the label stock; a motive device configured to propel the label stock along a web path from the supply spool support towards the take up spool support; a first arrangement configured to produce a first signal indicative of a speed at which label stock is removed from the supply spool by the motive device; a controller configured to receive the first signal and output a brake assembly control signal based upon the first signal; and a brake assembly configured to apply a braking force to the supply spool support based upon the brake assembly control signal, the braking force resisting rotation of the supply spool support. The controller is configured to output the brake assembly control signal based upon a target supply spool speed.. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Printer and method

A method of operating a thermal transfer printer, the thermal transfer printer comprising: first and second spool supports each being configured to support a spool of ribbon; a ribbon drive configured to cause movement of ribbon from the first spool support to the second spool support along a predetermined ribbon path; and a printhead, the printhead being a corner edge printhead. The printhead is configured to selectively transfer ink from the ribbon to a substrate as the substrate and printhead are moved relative to one another at a print speed. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Thermal ink jet ink composition

A thermal ink jet ink composition includes one or more volatile organic solvents, wherein the one or more volatile organic solvents are selected from c1-c4 alcohols, c3-c6 ketones, c3-c6 esters, c4-c8 ethers, and mixtures thereof; one or more binder resins; and one or more dyes. The ink composition is suitable for use in a thermal ink jet printer and the ink composition has a slow rate of kogation such that it is capable of being printed at least 10 million drops per nozzle from the thermal ink jet printer before drop weight of the ink composition is reduced by more than 10%.. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

A self-sealing filter module for inkjet printing

A filter module (38) for a continuous inkjet printer (10) comprising a filter housing (40) and a filter medium (42) fixed within the housing (40). The filter housing (40) further includes an inlet portal (44) through which ink flows into the housing under pressure and a first self-sealing valve assembly (54) disposed within the inlet portal. ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Continuous ink jet print head with zero adjustment embedded charging electrode

A continuous ink jet print head, including: a droplet generator (32, 32′, 32″) for generating ink droplets (64); a charging electrode (22, 22′, 22″) having a passageway (74, 74′, 74″) through which the ink droplets travel to receive a charge; a deflection electrode (60, 60′, 60″) for deflecting the charged ink droplets; a gutter (50, 50′, 50″, 50′″) having a gutter entrance (52, 52′, 52″, 52′″); wherein the passageway is aligned with the gutter entrance through which uncharged droplets enter; and a mounting deck (10, 10′, 10″) configured to secure the gutter entrance into a fixed, nonadjustable gutter entrance position (56, 56′, 56″, 56′″) and to secure the charging electrode into a fixed, nonadjustable charging electrode position (24, 24′, 24″) relative to the gutter entrance.. . ... Videojet Technologies Inc

An ink buildup sensor arrangement

A continuous ink jet print head (10), including: an ink droplet generator (116) configured to emit an ink droplet (158) along an undeflected droplet flight path (30); a charge electrode (118) configured to impart a charge to the ink droplet; deflector plates (120a, 120b) adjacent the undeflected droplet flight path, downstream from the charge electrode, and configured to deflect the ink droplet to a deflected droplet flight path that lies within a range of deflected flight paths bounded by at least deflected droplet flight path and a most deflected droplet flight path; a gutter (122) configured to receive an ink droplet traveling along the undeflected droplet flight path; and an ink buildup sensor (102) configured to detect an accumulation of ink (140) relative to a droplet flight path disposed within the range of deflected flight paths.. . ... Videojet Technologies Inc

Binary array inkjet printhead

A binary array ink jet printhead assembly includes a cavity for containing ink, nozzle orifices in fluid communication with the cavity for passing the ink from the cavity to form droplets, the nozzle orifices extending along a length of the cavity, and an electrode assembly. The electrode assembly includes a front face configured to be disposed generally parallel to a plurality of droplet paths of droplets from the nozzle orifices. ... Videojet Technologies Inc








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